I Know it's cheesy to set goals in the new year, but I can't help it! I love the symbolic closure of one chapter and the the beginning of a new one, even if time is a manmade construct and yadda yadda yadda. Despite what the internet says, the new year is a great time to set goals, especially for small businesses. It is my hope that by sharing them with you, these goals may have some sort of concrete presence and I might acheive them with your help! So here they are:
1. Illustrate and self publish a coloring book
For those of you on my newsletter, you already know that I love to send out coloring sheets. It's a fun way for me to say thanks and share a bit of what I love to do. This year I want to take it a step further and put some of the illustrations I do on my pottery and collect them all into one nifty coloring book!
2. Open a web shop on this here site.
It's a lofty goal, but it's at least worth looking into! For now I'll keep chugging along with my etsy shop. Who knows, maybe I'll venture into etsy wholesale and expand my stockist list.
3. Expand my product line
I know I've been making lots of cups, mugs, and small trinket dishes, but be on the look out for plates and sets! I'm so excited to start working on them with my GR pottery forms.
Hopefully 2017 is a funfilled, happy, and successful year for us all!
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