1. Exercise everyday. I totally fell off the yoga wagon when we moved. I'm back to averaging four days a week now... which is what I was doing in March. Oops.
2. Cook more. This one is going SO well. I've been trying a lot of new recipes since we moved, including homemade pizza and jalapeno-tomato soup. Top Chef material? No. But it's not a frozen burrito.
3. Stop working 24/7. I'm still a paranoid mother hen about my shops, but I've started letting myself relax on weekends. It's actually nice to watch football without a computer resting on my legs.
4. Go back to school. Doing it!
5. Get a new computer. The Hubster and I talked about this yesterday, actually, and we decided that this one won't be happening in 2012. He got a fancy new computer from work, so when my machine bites the dust (which should be any second now, the way it's acting), I can use his "other" Macbook that doesn't get much attention anymore. Bonus: now we don't have to buy Photoshop again.
6. Get rid of my old computer from college. Ugh, fail. Still haven't done this.
7. Organize my office. Again. Well, it WAS really organized before we moved. It's okay right now, but I need to get some better shelving for my shipping materials. I'm tired of stepping over boxes every time I need to plug in my phone.
|This. Right here. Gimme.|
8. Find some new art shows. Check! I did Indie Wed, which was adorable and highly recommended for anyone getting hitched.
9. Reach 650 sales in my main shop. I'm on track to hit this mark early, which kind of makes me awkward and blush-y. (I still get really flattered when people buy something from me.) As of today I have 630 sales in LWC. Likewise, my goal for Oh Nostalgia is to reach 100 sales, and I'm currently at 90. So close!
10. Paint the living room. Well, we don't live in the condo anymore so this one is kind of moot. I did paint a bathroom here, though, so I'll say it counts.
11. Read more historical fiction. Whoops! I forgot all about this one. After I read In the Garden of Beasts my brain moved on to other things.
12. Relax. Hubsey says I'm doing well, and if that's not a good indicator I don't know what is.
According to my count, I'm in the green for 8 out of 12. What is that, 75 percent? No wait. It's 66 percent. (See, this is why I do creative things for a living.) Did you set any goals for 2012? How are they going? Do you have a plan for the last quarter of the year?