Tag: year-end review

17 Before 2017 – Plan Ahead, Finish Strong!

It’s that time of year when we start thinking about how fast this year flew by and realizing how many things we didn’t finish. After creating a 16 Before 2016 last year, I decided this is a great practice to get into for the 4th 

Changing Your Perspective – Year in Review

Do you ever feel like you haven’t made any progress with your crochet business (or even your crochet skills)? This past year has been a true eye opener for me, in more ways than one. We’ve all heard the saying, “don’t look back you’re not 

Top 5 Crochet Patterns of 2015

Last year I did Top 10 Crochet Patterns in 2014 and I was surprised at which of my patterns made the list, so I decided to do it again this year. Some of the patterns didn’t surprise me (Chevron Infinity Scarf & Boot Cuffs), while others 

New Year for a New You – Day 7 – Making a Plan

This past week has been eye opening and exciting as I begin to plan for this year. But one thing I realized was that I know what I don’t want to do, I know what direction I want to go, but I am holding back. 

New Year for a New You – Day 6

The past week has been very exciting as I have been reflecting and getting ready to move forward with my new plans. I am excited to make my blog my #1 priority this year. But before I jump into 2016, I need to do one last wrap 

A New Direction

The last week or so of 2015 I noticed I kept saying, “I’m so happy this year is over.” After a couple of days I had to tell myself that a few bad months does not make an entire year bad! I knew I had 

2016 Word for the Year

Quite a few years ago (probably almost 10 years ago now) I read the book Knit Together: Discovering God’s Pattern for Your Life by Debbie Macomber. It was an amazing, thought provoking book. I took away two things from that book that I have never 

Policies for 2016

Policies for 2016 I’m working through A New Year for a New You over at Marketing Creativity. It’s 7 days of thought provoking questions to help you take your creative business to the next level (today is day 3). I will be making some changes in 

New Year for a New You – Day 2

As the new year approaches and this year comes to a close, I keep wanting to say “I’m so glad this year is over” but then I stop myself. Yes, this year was hard…..really hard! But I believe that if you take what you’ve been 

New Year for a New You – Day 1

This has been a roller coaster of a year for me. There was a move, marital issues (which I’m happy to say we chose to work through and have overcome), and a torn ACL (which resulted in ACL reconstructions surgery 2 weeks after we moved,