Happy New Year everyone! It’s a brand new year, a new chapter, and I’m really looking forward to a fresh start this year.
After spending a few weeks giving myself a little bit of a break, taking some time off with my family, I am ready to start the new year again. Ready to start new projects, new videos and all sorts of things. But before we can get into any of that, I like to reset everything to do with my physical space, my mental space and my digital space before I can get going. And so in today’s Taking Back Friday vlog, I want to share with you these three things that I do to start off every new year.
I’m very curious about what you do to reset your year. Do you set new year’s resolutions or new goals and intentions? Do you have a word of the year? What is it that you do to get started with the new year? I would love to hear from you in the comments.
I am going to share more about my goals for this coming year, and specifically what I want to make this year, in next week’s livestream version of our Taking Back Friday. So, I welcome you to join me there–Friday, January 13th and 10am PST. I would love to see you in the live chat!
IN THIS EPISODE
- what I mention in today’s video: Here are quick links to items I talk about in the vlog…
- To see more about my weaving projects, including the current crackle weave project I’m working on, follow me at @lomeetsloom.
- Among my stash yarns, I mention one of my favourite SweetGeorgia bases: our BFL+Silk Fine and BFL+Silk DK yarns.
- This Ikea rolling cart.
- I’m using the very simple, basic method described by Ryder Carroll in his original book Bullet Journal Method.
- want to learn more about getting setup for a creative new year? Join me at my Craft Without Chaos lecture at the School of SweetGeorgia where I go further in depth with the idea of clearing the decks and getting ready for a new year of creative projects. At the School, you can also find a large range of fibre arts course and a wonderful community of multicraftual makers–use the code: CRAFTWITHUS to access 14 days for just $1 to come and see what the School is all about.