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The Weekender Project || 19

The Weekender ProjectSabra GilbertComment

Well, I have no goals to report for last weekend! We had a ton of fun traveling for the weekend and getting to explore Nebraska some more. Simeon surprised me by loving UNL, but as I keep saying, I'll share some more on that another time. When I can share a little bit more of the picture. Actually, I should probably share this whole process with those who might be going with it in the future.

But I'm going to be working my butt off this weekend to make up for not doing a ton last weekend and having fun most of my Friday with my dad! That has been a lot of fun!

The Weekender Project || 19 with Becoming Sabra Gilbert


1|| Start a little packing

 Simeon and I have books upon book upon books. We have two giant bookshelves overflowing with books. And those are just the ones on the shelves. There are plenty of books scattered around the house, some in the entertainment center and even some books still packed away. So I'm going to leave out ones we might use in the next few books and start packing away ones that we wont need. And other living room things that don't need to be around. And we can get started moving some boxes to my parent's house.

2|| FINALLY play around with my new lighting equipment

Simeon and I have been so busy that I havne't gotten to actually play with my new stuff! I am putting it up after I put up this post and make sure to get to it this weekend (a big sheet and light umbrella's in the middle of the living room should get me to do it! :)

3|| Get some Blog Posts sketched out & scheduled

I was pretty unproductive this week for some reason. And I need to make sure that I don't do that again! So I'm going to be working on getting some posts started and done beforehand in case that I forget to get some posts up on certain days again. 

4|| Get my Editorial Calendar for BSG and MPD filled until July

With moving, getting a puppy, and MPD doing so well, I need to know what I'm doing for the next few months! So getting post ideas out there and scheduled ahead of time makes it a million times easier.