I've got a calendar and lots of lists, a schedule and a vague idea of a plan, but still my days are more likely to be dominated by the 'tyranny of the urgent' than not. I'm working on it.
Anyway, my bread baking continues; I rarely buy sliced bread anymore and use an article from an old Martha Stewart Kids magazine, and this fantastic book, Leaven for our Lives, as my main guides. I use a mix of white whole wheat and white flour, I don't do any 'proofing', and I put ice in the oven before I start baking. I also add wheat germ to up the nutritional value, and lots of honey to down it, too.(This is another tasty and easy recipe; I use whole milk plain yogurt as the 'buttermilk'.)
And I made a poncho. Actually, I made it last year and it was kind of a capelet/big giant floppy collar thingummybob, because I thought that I had more yarn (Rowan Biggy Print) than I did, but then I found the rest of that yarn that I really did have, so I added a few more rounds to the bound off edge.
I've made some skirts in the last few weeks, too, but no pictures.