Crafty Goal Monthly Report // May 2017

June 04, 2017

Hello crafty people! As May comes to an end, another analysis of my crafty goals is here! May has been the biggest whirl wind and I know that I say that often, but a lot has changed this month. This month I graduated from college after being there only 3 years, said goodbye to friends, co-workers, my job, and my apartment mates, and packed up all of my things and moved back home. Then, on the last two days of the month I started my new job and my online classes (only 4 left online before I am officially graduated). June also will hold a lot of big things happening, but until then there's a little life update. I'm happy to be home with my family and my pets, but still sad knowing that I'm not going back to school with my friends in the fall. Looking forward to new opportunities and whatever else lies ahead! Now, as for crafty goals, I didn't get too much completed this month, but now you see why ;).    

1. Organize and find a place for my photo albums

Now that I became officially moved home, I have found one spot for one album! I decided to make this an interchangeable area where I switch out which album is featured whenever I feel like switching them out. I'm still looking for a nice way to store my other albums other than in my craft room. How do you all store your albums? 

2. Complete 2 travel albums

Since having to move all of my things home, including my scrapbooking supplies, the travel albums haven't been worked on at all...whoops! I am looking forward to working on them with all of my supplies at hand and having more desk space! If you guys want a specific YouTube series for the Disney pages or the 6x8 pages I'm working on, let me know.

3. Follow at least two spending freezes

Recently, I got invited to join in on a 40 day spending freeze challenge on Facebook which has been helping. Although, with all of the stress from finals and moving, I may have ordered a couple of things. Plus, I got a graduation present that included attending a Scrapbooking and Cardmaking expo so I had to buy a couple of things! Safe to say, that this is not the month for a spending freeze to happen successfully, but June is looking hopeful! 

4. Create more cards and have an organizational system for them

I have been obsessed with new and fun card ideas. My Pinterest boards are practically overflowing with ideas! I have been making more cards this month, which you can see in my monthly wrap up video on my YouTube channel. I also uploaded more card tutorials this month which I hope you're all enjoying! If you would like to see specific types of cards or techniques please let me know.

May has not been a super successful month for goal achieving, but I am not going to give up! We're almost halfway through the year, but I still have hope. How're your goals going so far? If you didn't make any goals, it is never too late to start! I hope you enjoy these goal updates.

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