Finding Focus

Are planners still a thing?

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This has nothing to do with getting focused, but it has Fs in it.

According to my Google calendar (no, we still haven’t found an acceptable physical calendar yet), this week I should have finished my new body block, fitted the muslin for my Livewire suit, and completed the mock-up for a jacket commission. In this reality, however, I’ve rolled up the body block and stuck it in the corner, fretted over where the AF I put my Yaya Han bodysuit pattern, and yelled at the lack of shipping updates for a pattern I ordered last week. Distractedly, I made a High Low Skirt tutorial, re-added a menu to the blog, progressed a few inches on the leather binding for my 18th Century statys, stitched up a quick open front hooded tunic, and uploaded half of the Take & Make patterns to FB.

Since I can’t work on the commission, today’s goals are to finish photo editing for a publication and to order black taffeta swatches for our 18th Century gowns. So far, I’ve gone to the comic shop, opened the editing software, ordered the swatches, and Tweeted a pic of my kiddo watching Hamilton clips for the first time. This post is my break from all that hard work.

Seriously, it took me 30 minutes to setup my devices on the kitchen table.

With all that #procrastination out of way, I’m going to try to get through these images before we expose the kids to their first D&D session. Wish us luck!

Thanks for reading!

Author: SciFiCheerGirl

Hobby costumer, wife, and mom with a dancey-dance problem and a hankerin' for moar books

3 thoughts on “Finding Focus”

  1. I have a calander planner from simple elephant that allows for a lot of flexibility and it’s rugged… Shit holds up throughout my abuse because I take it EVERWHERE. It’s awesome.

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