As a serious hobbiest I spend about every other weekend with a day or two in
the shop. I seem to be able to "put out" about 4 major projects each year
after. There are lots of little things on between. FWIW, I consider "major"
to be anything from a night stand on up.
This summer the wife has me gutting our hall/stairwell. There will be lots
of sheetrock and wiring, but there will also be new stair treads and
spindles turned by me so that sort-of counts... but not really. My summer is
toast...sigh. But I digress.
I also make sure that I turn out at least one significant project outside
the shop after any significant shop works (cabinets or tool stands)
How much is do you all produce in a year?
Do you have long-term goals? For me, it's to replace *most*
the my furniture
in my house in the next five years with stuff from my own shop. OK, it may
take 10, but you've gotta have a goal right? :-)