Here I am, a week late making my bimonthly check on my progress for this year’s goals. Since things have gone rather astray since August and I’ve barely thought about goals, I almost didn’t review them. But there’s so much to learn from what we do and don’t achieve, I thought I’d do a quick review before I enter the home straight to the end of the year. And I’m glad I did, because progress really hasn’t been as bad as I thought… Continue reading “Progress on my Goals for 2017”
Since it’s the end of August, I thought I’d better do my bimonthly check up on this year’s creative goals. Here’s how I’m doing… Continue reading “Progress on this year’s goals”
I intend to do an update every two months on my creative goals. However, the end of June whizzed past without me getting to them. So here I am, almost mid July, with a quick review of how I’m getting on…
Time has whizzed by so fast, I didn’t even review my goals at the end of March. But this month I’ve made a little time to review and here’s how I’m doing… Continue reading “Progress on my creative goals for 2017”
Several years ago LH was going to the market one Sunday morning when I asked him to get Mr Hicks a cheap fleece blanket. A couple of hours later he returned with this…
“My dog is NOT going to sleep on that!” said I, and I promptly shoved it at the back of a cupboard. Continue reading “A new craft goal – and it’s not knitting”
As we’re at the end of February, I thought it was time for me to review how I was doing so far with my personal creative goals for 2017. So here they are and how I’m doing with them… Continue reading “Progress on my creative goals for 2017”
Before the year gets any older, I thought I’d better share my personal creative goals for 2017. I like to blog them because:
- Knowing others know about our goals:
- makes us think harder about them and if we really want to commit to them.
- makes it harder to sneak out of working them, because none of us want to be thought a failure.
- Declaring we’ll do something publicly makes it feel more important and therefore we’re more likely work on it.
- Having others on our side can provide us with encouragement when we wobble, praise when we succeed and advice when we get stuck.