It’s that time of year when people start making resolutions for what they’d like to accomplish for the pending new year. Most of the time, the wording goes along something like this:
“I resolve to do _______________________.”
Most of the people I know who make these sorts of resolutions usually miss their mark.

I choose to word it a bit differently. I don’t “resolve” to do anything. I’m more likely to say, “This coming year, one of my goals is ______________________.” Then, I work towards achieving said goal. This year is no different. I’ve set some new goals for 2015. Unfortunately, my list of goals is quite long. (It happens when you itemize.)

So, rather than give you my said long list of goals, I’ll give you the general headings:
– Rather than buy more yarn/fabric for personal projects, I have to use ┬ámy stash. Cleaning the house for the Christmas/Yule festivities made that more than apparent. *winces*
– Work harder at stash management. I have quite a few projects in the works. I’m going to need to know where everything is – and how much of what I do have.

Seems doable, doesn’t it? Let’s see what 2015 will bring!!