Before I start this week’s post in earnest, I promised to let you know how I set up my table for ComicCon this year.
Behold! The crates are just standard pine crates found at Home Depot, Michael’s, Canadian Tire, etc. that hubs and I stained, painted, roughed up and generally beat the crap out of to make them look AMAZING. I’m really happy with them. We did with the same with the price list clip boards.
And this? This is just the beginning. We have plans, baby.
But this week’s post isn’t about ComicCon. For an update on that, you can check out the post on my website.
For this week’s excitement, I give you…….
….. THE 365-DAY CALENDAR!
What can I say? Not only am I an organization nerd, I’m also an office supply nerd, and this takes the cake for both.
The reason I wanted to see the whole year at a glance?
For reasons that, who knows, might help you as well with whatever projects you’re working on: planning.
My production schedule, my promotion schedule, my release schedule, everything laid out for easy reference. The beauty is that it’s a whiteboard planner, so can be erased as needed. I’m not locked into anything, no pressure, no stress, just there to help me keep everything on track.
The main reason I wanted this? For promotions/sales.
I can never remember when I put what books up for sale, and I don’t want to discount the same book too often/too soon/too far apart. With this plan, I should be able to create a strategy.
Also: isn’t it a thing of beauty?
This picture just shows the public events I have booked for the next couple of months, but as we go, I want to colour code it with my production schedules, what’s due when.
Adding this to my daily bullet journal and my Trello boards, hopefully I”ll be able to stay on track of everything!
What various systems do you put in place to stay organized? Are you walls covered in notes? Calendars everywhere?