Monday, January 5, 2009

My Holiday Break

Seagull Footprints



Hey Hey, It's good to be back! I can say that because I had a really nice break. I had a nice visit with our families, a camping trip to Florida to enjoy some warm weather, and I got to paint my living room! Now I am itching to get back at it. Hope everyone out there got to have a bit of a break too. Of course when you take a break or at least when I take a break....It gives me time to think about all the new things I want to do. I have a list a mile ling of things to do. I have some new bead and jewelry ideas bouncing around in my head, plus there taxes to be done, orders to ship, and on and on. I feel a big list coming on. I love to make lists and check things off. Jangles has a board meeting once a month. I go to the local coffee shop and sit and make lists. List of what I need to do, want to do. and lists of goals. I get better thinking in when my computer isn't near to drag me in to working. Yes, Jangles, 9which is just me), has board meetings, I also have a Christmas party. Hey! who says you can't?

So my post may be a bit scattered brained today but that's because I am too. I will be back with better things to say later....Just wanted to say hello for now.

Have a great Day and a Happy New Year!
Jennifer

3 comments:

  1. hope you had a wonderful break Jennifer. I need a Humblebeads board meeting! I always feel like I have a million new things to do when I return from vacation. Getting away is a good chance to think about what is next!

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  2. I love the idea of a board meeting for one! And I can totally picture you brainstorming at the coffee shop. Good for you! I am doing the same for the Guild, now that I am "president" (please note that I wasn't running against anyone, haha).

    Looks like you have your hands full at BandB this year with all the classes. You go girl!
    Lynn from Miami!

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  3. This is brilliant! I am always telling my artist business students to treat it like a business. Regular board meetings and a Christmas party further define and focus it as a separate entity worthy of spending time to work on.

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