Thursday, September 10, 2009

Out of Sorts

I'm feeling a little scattered to be honest. Disorganized in my head, perhaps.

Last week I had a horrible bout with the lazies which has caused things to compound and now I feel like I have a monster to-do list tonight, plus a lot of things/projects/thoughts circling in space.

I need re-do my craft space.
I need to read more.
I need to start Christmas crafting.
I need to make a birthday gift for the cutest toddler in America and I've been planning on making this for her for years and I'm so excited about it and I can't wait to share it with the world but I've been putting it off for two years. Maybe this weekend I'll start on it.
I need to get into an exercising habit that works with how it keeps getting darker earlier and my love affair with the snooze button but how once it's all over I love my morning "jogs." (I say I run but I'm pretty sure most would call it a jog.)
I need to make those pillows for the couch

Note: These are also things I want to do.

There's also a new project about to take over my life but that won't be revealed until next week (or maybe tomorrow), just to keep you in suspense. (And it's not a baby. I always suspect a baby first. Do others do that too or is it just me?)

But I'm determined to be productive tonight and hopefully get the ducks in a row (and watch Project Runway). I was catching up on my overgrown Google Reader and found some organization inspiration over at The Project Girl. I'm thinking I might have to print out several project planners over the weekend and ideally attach them to chicken wire but they might just wind up covering the fridge.

4 comments:

Hannah said...

I know the feeling of being a bit scattered at the moment - My sleep is so squiffy at the moment 3am is becoming my friend lol

Heather said...

I totally know the feeling! I have a TON of things I need and want to do! I call them my "fall resolutions!"

Katherine said...

You're not the only one - I always suspect a baby, too.

WhimsAndInconsistencies said...

Heather, fall resolutions might be the best idea ever!