Here we are, just a few days into 2016 and it feels like I've been here for ages. Although that may have more to do with the fact that my brain has been working on the 2016 camp season since mid-October than the calendar itself, however it is actually the new year and it's time to think about what I want out of my making for 2016.
I did a longer blog on my personal page about my personal goals for the year but my crafting goals are going to follow a similar vein, of figuring out how to improve what I'm already doing.
So, without further ado, here are my goals for 2016.
Over the summer and into the fall my life took up a tempo I haven't experienced since grad school, with stuff going on all the time. So when I actually had down time I would veg in front of the television, and didn't make very much (although I did make up for that with some manic knitting binges). When I'm most tired is when I need knitting the most, because it makes me feel better. So this goal is about making sure I make the right choices to managed my stress with making.
And by that I mean consume less of the knitting/crafting/making social media. Over the summer I went on an unintentional social media diet, consuming only what I could get quickly and on my phone and Instagram was the clear winner and I was relieved to not have to keep up with Twitter. So my goal for this year is to spend less time trying to keep up with all the latest and greatest, and just work on enjoying what I enjoy, some blogs, Ply Magazine, Instagram, and forgetting about the rest.
This summer really threw me for a loop, and while I kept drafting posts, I never sent them. And I missed sharing with you folks out there and so I'm wanting to make a commitment to do my best to keep on top of blogging.
For 2016, I think less is more in the goals department, and these are them.
Happy new year!