Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Happy 2014


New Fabric to start off 2014!!!  

So excited to start off a new year....  love new beginnings. So many ideas and goals running through my head today.  

Instead of resolutions - maybe I will call them goals.  Does not seem so overwhelming when referred to as a goal.... what do you think?

2014 Goals:  

1.  Walk everyday. 

2.  Blog everyday - even if it is just a picture.

3. Spend at least 30 minutes in the sewing room everyday...  and this does not include blogging, checking e-mails, etc. (yes my sewing room doubles as my little office).  
Must create for 30 minutes everyday.  

4.  Finish all my quilts.... no more quilt tops being stored in a closet - get them out and in use!  

5.  Spend time with friends at least once a week.  

6.  Put down the club and stop beating myself up. 

7.  Learn to say no. 

8.  .......

Happy 2014!  

8 comments:

  1. sounds like some good goals to me. I need to practice number 7. that one gets me in trouble all the time.

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    1. It is a tough one that is for sure! Happy New Year.

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  2. I thought I was the only one that used a club on myself--it's a mental club, of course, but a club none-the-less.
    Beautiful fabric.
    Looking forward to an awesome year!

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    1. We can help each other Pam! Happy New Year!

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  3. Happy New Year Stacy!!! I have a few of those goals on my to do list this year too!!! I truly hope that we don't let another year go by without getting together. We should go have lunch or something!! I couldn't find an email for you, so please drop me an email (link is on my blog) and lets set something up!!!
    xo,
    Karen

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    1. Happy New Year Karen! I will be over to visit your blog soon! Lots of love!

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  4. These are great goals, especially the one about putting down the club. Margaret Miller told us in a class, early in my quilting journey, that if we finish everything we start, we're doing something wrong. Just a little food for thought! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier. Good luck with your new tubs of fabric! What a joy to dig through things like that.

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    1. Hi Gale! I really really like the advice that Margaret Miller gave you! And thank you for sharing it with me. I will definitely keep that in mind... Happy New Year!

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