13 Goals for 2013

For the third year in the row, I’m giving myself a list of goals for the year. As it is 2013, I’m giving myself a list of 13 goals. Two years ago, I had 11 Goals for 2011, and last year, I had 12 goals for 2012. This format seems to work well for me. I seem to be a “list person” and the blog seems to provide me with a sense of accountability. Last year, I went so far as to do a couple of check-in posts as my goals were achieved and evolved.

So now, here are my 13 for 2013.

  1. To knit each of the patterns I receive in the Tanis Fiber Arts Year in Colour Club
  2. To read Henry James’ Portrait of a Lady
  3. To read Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives
  4. To become a better cook
  5. To knit the Hunter Street Cowl, the Royale pullover, the Water Street Cardigan, and the Chatelaine cardigan
  6. To take a fun and exciting trip this summer
  7. To get some sewing done-probably over the summer
  8. To get my own place
  9. To do something truly memorable and delightful to celebrate my quarter-century in July
  10. To knit socks for myself
  11. To go somewhere I’ve never been before
  12. To develop a more regular exercise regime
  13. To do something that scares me.

So those are my goals. I think I have some other dreams and hopes up my sleeves, but those are other stories for other days.

But for now, Happy New Year!

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One thought on “13 Goals for 2013

  1. Sounds like a very do-able list to me. I am trying to cook more too (which I can actually cook well I just like cooking for other ppl, not me). Kudos to you for wanting to improve on your knitting. All I can do is the knit stitch in a straight line LOL. Happy 2013 to you! ❤ ❤

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