Amalgamation of Life

It’s November already?!

  • Read five scripts in my desktop folder
  • Complete the costume design for 1940s
  • Identify and sign up for a conference focused on writing, marketing, and consulting skills (if such a thing exists)
  • Don’t panic
  • Read and review one show
  • Run 4 to 5 times a week (Half marathon training is in full swing)
  • Practice of make up – on self, on director, with assistant
  • Be more thankful – tis the season
  • Register for Spring 2018 classes
  • Come up with a Christmas list for my mom (trust me, this is harder than you can imagine as an independent woman)
  • Watch Stranger Things, season 1 and season 2 (it’ll be a re-watch for season 1 because I honestly didn’t get it)
  • Attend Play reading committee (yes, I joined something else with my oodles of available time)
  • Begin working on directorial submissions for Forge Theatre (this is a big deal, I submitted three plays and I want all three seriously considered)

I feel like I have more goals that I’m sure will come out as the month progresses.  Again, it’s really hard balancing my time, life and obligations – things tend to get muddled and I have to be better about writing out exactly what needs to occur and what I’m dedicated to doing. This blog helps with that. October was a messy month for me, I wasn’t as firm with my postings and it’s really kind of upsetting – I feel like I let myself down, and possibly even let you guys down.

All I can do is move forward – November will be better and the groove will continue through December and into the future. I am eager to get back on track.  ‘Til next time.

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