Happy, happy new year! Even more than a Monday, a new year gives you the feeling of a clean slate, doesn't it? So many possibilities ahead of you - and sometimes that feeling can be overwhelming! And so we make lists. Maybe you call them resolutions - although there's so much pressure (and sometimes guilt) associated with resolutions! I like to think of them as goals. Maybe they'll get done, maybe they won't - but they give me something to aim for.
Here's my list of goals for 2019...
- 1 -
Keep working with my scraps to organize and use them.
- 2 -
Make at least two quilts using kits I have stashed away.
- 3 -
Create designs and tutorials for the Rockin' Rectangles Quilt-along (coming in late January).
- 4 -
Organize Hands2Help 2019.
- 5 -
Quilt some (many!) tops for the quilt ministry.
- 6 -
Finish at least two UFOs.
- 7 -
Create a pin for trading at QuiltCon 2019.
- 8 -
Design a quilt-along quilt for the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop.
- 9 -
Use at least half the strings in my (overflowing) string hamper.
- 10 -
Clean and organize my office area before Hands2Help!
This isn't nearly all-inclusive, but it's a good start! At least I can jump right in and not just spin my wheels wondering where to start.