So, if someone were to look at my workspace, kitchen, dresser, car, hard drive you would make an educated (and accurate) guess that I'm not an overly orderly person. On the whole whole, my life has taken the "long way 'round", totally without order or plan. Which is why my obsession with FIFO (First In, First Out) is so deeply odd. Although, I do eat the frosting (my favorite part) last when I get cake, so maybe not that odd.
For some reason when I get a new awesome yarn, I can't just ball it and knit it, I feel the need to keep going with the oldest yarns in my stash. I've been working on this issue, I managed to knit some TFA Red Label in Dove within 2 months of getting it, and it didn't kill me.
So I'm stating it here, I'm not throwing away my goals for the year, but I'm taking them with a grain of salt. My tendency would be to attack the list in order (and use the oldest yarns in my stash) and then see what I get to do for fun after the "work" is done.
I have finished, or released myself from, all my obligation crafting (knitting/crochet mostly) and I'm going to do what I want, when I want to. For the rest of tonight, I think I'm going to sit down at my wheel for the first time in months, and maybe do some reading in my new copy of The Spinner's Book of Yarn Design. Maybe later this week I will re-warp my loom, or not. I'm going off script, and the adventure awaits.