Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million

Thursdaily with holiday warmth...

I've shut down my shops, and purged out inactive artists (having not logged in within the last five years), cleaned up my hosting (deleted out the various clients I don't work for anymore, with some glee, actually...), set up my autoresponders, and got my inbox to 30, which is beautiful. (Those 30? Probably going to sit there until February - none of them are must-do-now critical, some are just reminders of things I eventually need to do.)

I feel lighter. Relaxed.

I have two pieces of artwork to finish before new years, and the subscriptions to get prepped (all neatly in spreadsheets already, with the first four or five months titles figured out based on survey results...), and that's it. Food to eat, family to enjoy, and snow to go play in.

I've already shared all my Christmas artwork from this year, so let me post an older piece - this is from 1998:

I hope everyone has a beautiful and stress-free holiday and a happy and harmonious new year. You are wondrous, creative souls I am honored to know.

See you in February.

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