Nancy, that's so good you're including garden planning. We're too overwhelmed right now to do much changing outdoors but maybe next year. I noticed your mention of seeing that someone used a photo album to store seed packets - a good idea for anyone who has some leftovers that might be good the next year. Wouldn't take up much space if it was one of the little cheap ones.
Yes, goal-setting for upcoming quarter. I'm going to sign up for a course for fall and I know that will take time in the LAST quarter of the year, so I need to get some organization going in THIS upcoming quarter for sure. Declutter type of organization is a big one.
I had to look back through this site to find something and ran across my explanation to Harmony of how I arrange my laundry rotation on cards these days. I thought I'd re-post it here so as not to lose the explanation. I make a new card for every month and write beside each load's name, the dates I do them, so that card stays pretty close to the front of the file all month.
My laundry loads on my laundry card in rotation, not on deadline:
"Main" or large loads are now down to 5:
HRH's tees & sweats
"Mini" loads are now down to 4:
Some of my separating is to keep color, some to keep fabrics safe from harsh jeans and towel fuzzies. I no longer beat myself up for how long rotation through the loads takes. Don't worry, be happy. If a load needs switched to higher priority sometime, that's fine. dd handles her own linens and towels.