- reread "The GI Diet" book by Rick Gallop. My low glycemic eating habits have begun to slide; they need a jump start
- knit one charity hat per month.
- knit one Christmas gift per month till my list is done. Of course, that will involve making the list.
- listen to the entire Bible. Here I have a head start because I finished early last year and am already at the end of Numbers.
- simplify our family meals and make more bulk meals. Kitchen cleanup is becoming soooo boring and tedious. Over and over and over we clean up from cooking supper. I have better things to do with my time. So menu plan and meals-in-the-freezer, here I come!
- be more organized with my knitting projects by keeping better notes on when I started, yarn used etc. A friend is putting the ball band in hers and I think that is a great idea. Also, a sample of the yarn used.
- learn one new knitting skill per month. I plan to order Lucy Neatby's Essential 1 and 2 DVD's to help out here.
- try one new alpaca yarn per month and become an expert on alpaca. Why? I have no idea. It's just a passion right now.
- make good use of my 4 month gym membership by going 2-3 times per week.
OK, that's a good beginning. I'm going to print this out with space at the bottom to add things in as they occur to me.
What I like best about the resolutions I have come up with so far is that they are measurable. At a glance I can see if I'm following through or not. That's important - or so the "experts" say.