I usually try to write a list in the last month of the year as resolutions for the coming year. None of them are hard fast have to be done, but they help remind me of my goals. They serve in times of "I have no knitting mojo," "This feakin' isn't working," and "I'm overwhelmed in yarn," a perspective on my time and the art I like to produce.
1. Knit one pattern from each of the books that I own.
2. Put out three designs throughout the year.
3. Walk at least twice a week
4. Pursue the first portion of a Knitting Master degree.
5. Keep in touch with long distance friends once a week.
6. Blog at least twice a week.
7. Start a podcast.
8. Read one book a month.
9. One pair of Knitted Knockers a month.
Just little reminders to keep my life from flying away in these crazy times.
I finished the book Overseas by Beatriz Williams and now have moved onto The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick. Its been interesting comparing the show to the book, so far things are very similar and vastly different. I'm joining Ginny and Frontier Dreams this week with their Alongs.
These are amazing goals! Who knew there was a knitting master degree? As for the podcast, only do it if you really love podcasts and are dying to give it a go!ReplyDelete
I've been building up to it, I really enjoy them and I feel that I'm better in person/aloud than written. We'll see, I've recorded a few and then never put them up...Delete
Wow you are going to be busy! It's great to have the goals written down.ReplyDelete
I like to keep my time in perspective and show myself how much I can do even though time feels like its flying:)Delete
The Knitting Master degree is a big goal to work for.ReplyDelete
It's definitely a many years goals. I'm hoping to have by the time I'm 30, I turn 25 this May so I think I have enough time.Delete
Knitting master degree? Oh, that sounds intriguing!! Great and very doable goals!ReplyDelete
I couldn't believe it when I first saw it online! Then I decided that I needed to have it:)Delete
I'm excited for the goals this year, not too many but enough to keep me busy.
I love your goals and I know you can achieve them!!ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to accomplishing each one!Delete
That is a fun list of goals! Thank you so much for the link to the knitted knockers. I had no idea that this was a much needed item for charity but will definitely be adding it to my charity knitting list. The podcast sounds like a fun project and I hope that you do it!ReplyDelete
We are a collection point (for Knitted Knockers) in the shop that I work at so they are close to my heart. I'm a bit nervous about the Podcast, not sure if there will be any interest but I do think I want to give it a try:)Delete