So at the start of last month, I resolved to make a list of goals (or even one goal) each month, and just do it. Erm, I didn’t quite get there in January, and February is more than half way through…and since I have no valid excuse, I’m just going to turn into my mother and think better late than never (ok, I live my life by this saying…!)
This is by no means an exhaustive list, but does represent things I must do this month:
1. Finish charity knitting (pilchers/soakers for disabled kids) for Terri.
2. Start and finish February Baby Jacket.
3. Start Ravelry Bag Lady Swap knitting.
4. Bake something for Mouthfuls of Heaven.
5. Do my tax (oops…)
All very achievable. I wonder if maybe I should aim a bit higher? Is it more inspiring to aim extermely high and fall short of your goals, or be realistic and achieve them?