What a fun thread!
I just finished making granola for the local specialty local foods market, kind of like a food hub in a very small town an hour's drive from the nearest "supermarket". It has been tremendously successful, with local hand made pizza, locally grown vegetables, local honey, local baked goods, jams, jellies, lotion, soap etc etc etc. All of it "legal" and in compliance with all local ordinances. (we are afflicted with over regulation in the USA these days).
And after the granola, I build some little crates out of lumber scraps that are just the size for a gift pack of three varieties of local honey. I might make some gift crates of bath products, bath salts (epsom salts and essential oils in a kombucha bottle), soap and a washcloth. These gift items are because it is the season of gift giving,and there aren't any craft shows these days... AND to give folks that are not permies or recyclers or crafters the idea.
The project I am working on throughout the winter season is completing the remodeling, recycling of an old house. I have passed the halfway mark, in that the finished and nice areas are more numerous than the "hell hole and grim" places.
And training a new pup. She is almost a year old now, a very intelligent breed, and is to become a "service dog". I think it will be SO much fun to be able to say "Where's my phone Reba?" and have her locate it for me, also my keys, my purse... And for her to alert me when I am walking away from something I put down to have my hands free. She is a great companion, and is certainly "earning her keep", but, being a working breed, I think she will be much happier with these kinds of tasks, since she already keeps her eye on me at all times anyway!