1. Check-in with my "jewelry-selling role models." What's new in their shops? Tip: If you don't have role models already, pick about 3 jewelry-sellers who are selling well and whose style is similar to yours. They can be on Etsy or they can be well-known jewelry designers you see in stores. Observe their photography style, how they describe their jewelry pieces, how much they engage with their customers. Then experiment to see if some of their business habits would work for your business!
2. Check my pricing formulas. Have metal prices increased dramatically since I priced my silver jewelry? Make any adjustments necessary. (Remember, if the cost of your materials increases, even after you make the piece, you should include that in the price.)
3. Rephotograph jewelry products in good lighting(Here's how to make a lightbox!)
4. Brainstorm the sales and promotions I want to do over the next 6 months or year
5. Take a look at where my sales are coming from: in-person, online shops, my website: is there an obvious winner? Is there a venue that might not be worth my time? Where should I focus my energy?