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July Sliced

I keep thinking next month my life will get back to normal. After 4 months, I’m still not ready to give up hope. I started a new job and shouldn’t have to move again for a year – so yeah I’m hoping by the end of August my life will feel a lot more settled. Until then, let’s see how July sliced.

0 – Articles written. I’m hoping to fix that this month.

1 – Blog post. This month I’ll try to move past my month in review post.

2 – Moves; one into someone’s garage and then another to my own house – all within a week!

3 – Books read. Let’s not mention that one was a picture book I need to review.

4 – Pounds lost. At least all that stress was good for something!

5 – Days of being homeless. I’m grateful for friends who opened their house to me and the army of helpers that moved my stuff both times. It is nice to have my own address again.

8 – Days at my new job. That’s a lot of training!

30 – Countries visiting my blog

45 – States visiting.

105 – Words added to my new book. It’s not much, but I’ll take what I can get.

1353 – Page views.

Top Posts of July

  1. Pizza Nachos
  2. Book Theme Party Decorations
  3. Cub Scout Annual Planning Meeting
  4. Plan of Salvation Family Home Evening
  5. Joseph Smith First Vision Family Home Evening

I know August is half over, but how did your July stack up?

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Slices of April

The good news is I’m recapping April earlier in the month than I recapped March last month. The bad news is this is only my second post since my March recap. Without further ado, here’s how April sliced.

1 – Blog post written (yep, March’s recap)

1 – Article written. My one month off from the Homemaking Cottage, slipped into two. I did have a lot of fun with my Airman Family Book Club article though.April Paper airplane

1 – Book read – The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker. I’m so behind in my Goodreads goal!

1.8 – Pounds lost

3 – Projects complete. At least they were big projects.

4 – Social events, from writing club, to book club to Relief Society and Pack Meeting

7 – Potential employers spoken to at a job fair

14 – Speed interview tables – you know, like speed dating, but for a job. (No, I didn’t get it.)

27 – Countries visited Easy As PIE

47 – States that visited Easy As PIE. Apparently I’m very popular in Nebraska!

76 – Words added to my book (pitiful, I know)

1112 – Page views. Thanks for your support!

April’s Top Posts

  1. Family Home Evening: Joseph Smith’s First Vision Revisited
  2. Book Theme Party Decorations
  3. Family Home Evening: Joseph Smith’s First Vision
  4. Sweet Shop and Nerf Top Shot Invitations
  5. Family Home Evening: Adam and Eve

Don’t be shy, tell me how your month sliced up!

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Slices of January

Last month I blamed Christmas for my lack of post, this month I had to come with a new excuse. I’ll get to that in a minute as I slice January.

1 – New job! Yep, that’s my excuse for lack of posting and anything else that’s going undone. Thank goodness it’s only a part time job or I’d never get anything done!

2 – Projects completed. (Pathetic)January taffy Hopefully I can do better this year.

3 – Books read; all of them by Lois Lowry. I can’t wait to share my reviews of The Giver series with you.

4 – Pounds lost! Goodbye holiday weight… and then some.

8 – Articles written, including our Candymakers Family Book Club.

10 – New SMART goals for 2013.

21 – Days of logging my food. I love it when it pays off!

44 – Countries visited the blog. That’s up from last month!

1017 – Words added to my book. That’s not up from last month.

1769 – Page views. Thanks for another record breaking month!

January’s Top Posts

  1. Book Theme Decorations
  2. Pinewood Derby
  3. FHE: Joseph Smith’s First Vision Revisited
  4. Native American Blue & Gold
  5. FHE: Plan of Salvation

How did your January go?

 

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Slices of October

Ready to talk turkey? I’m not! I still feels like school just started, even though we spent last night walking around the neighborhood begging for candy trick or treating. Maybe reflecting on how I sliced October will help me come to grips that it’s over.October invites

1 – Day at Bloggy Boot Camp.

2 – Books read. I barely finished One Thousand Gifts yesterday morning.

2 – Scrapbook layouts. To reach my goal of finishing 2011, I only have 57 layouts to do this month. Yeah, it’s not looking good.

2 – Days logging my food. I don’t know why I’m being so lazy with this!

2.2 – Pounds lost! Maybe its OK to be lazy with logging my food if I cut way back on sweets. I was so good last night and only had one piece of the kids candy.

6 – Articles written, including Flight Activities for Kids.

13 – Bat invitations made.

14 – Projects completed. Several were inspired from Bloggy Boot Camp.October states

15 – Blog posts.

27 – Countries represented by visiting my blog in October.

48 – States represented; Nebraska, where are you?

1105 – Page views.

2997 – Words added to my book. I’m hoping to do much better than that for NaNoWriMo!

Top 5 Most Viewed Posts in October

  1. FHE: Joseph Smith’s First Vision Revisited
  2. Sweet Shop / Nerf Top Shot Invitations
  3. Raingutter Regatta
  4. Book Theme Party Decorations
  5. FHE: Articles of Faith

How did your month go? I’d love to hear how you sliced up your October!

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