Sunday, December 8, 2019

Week 49: Stitching Stuff

It's week 49, so just 3 weeks and 2 days left in 2019.  I'm so not ready to change calendars.  How about you?  Let's just ignore that for now and focus on how last week went. Did you get in your 15 minutes of stitching time most days?  

Work has been brutally busy, but I still managed to get in a bit of stitching related activity every day last week, though it pretty much was just 15 minutes a day during the business week.  

15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/December 7/7 days
15 minute days/2019 = 309/341 days
Success rate = 90.62%

I'm on track to end 2019 having stitched 15 minutes more than 90% of the time.  Last year my success rate was 92.9%.  Doubtful I'll reach that mark this year.  After the work mania of the last few weeks, I'm more than happy with my current success rate. It could be so much worse. 

How did you do this week at getting in some stitching time each day? 

1. Meloney
2. Chrisknits
3. karen
4. Julie in GA
5. Shasta @ High Road Quilter
6. DawnyK
7. Amanda
8. Christina's Handicrafts

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Meloney said...

This time of year can be difficult to get the time in. I looked at my calendar and I have 4 days out of the house, and I'm retired, so I don't know how much I will get completed this week.

The Joyful Quilter said...

I'm ready to switch calendars for the New Year! I came home with wall calendars courtesy of my MIL after Thanksgiving and purchased my 2020 Planner this week. I'm set!

Julie in GA said...

I'm so impressed that you have managed to get your 15 minutes every day during such a crazy week. I hope work settles down very soon and you get lots of stitching time!

DawnyK said...

Work has been so intense this year. I can't believe there's only a few weeks left in the year. Thanks for keeping us all going with the 15-minute challenge. Sorry I missed last week, but I'll post about both weeks.

Shelina (formerly known as Shasta) said...

You're doing better than me! Congrats for finding time to stitch every day. Hopefully it provides some respite in your day.

seabreezequilts said...

The nature of our work is that we start 2 month in advance so I am a month in on turning the calendar over and this week will start on February work. 3 more days for me and then no more thinking about it for 4 weeks.

Denise :) said...

I can't get over your amazing stitching success rate for this year!! Like you, I'm definitely not ready to change the calendar to 2020! :)