In the past years I’ve ranted enough about New Year’s resolutions and how inefficient they are. It’s the wrong time of year to make most resolutions… Just too dark and gloomy.
However, there are 2 resolutions which, in my experience, will work:
1) Making the most of the increasing light
The best time to start an outdoor habit is right after Christmas, starting with the Boxing Day walk… and just keep going from there.
These past months our outdoor habit had seriously slipped. I mean just look at my Instagram feed– is all indoor pictures.
Home renovation has hijacked our weekend and spare time.
2) Spending more time with relaxing hobbies
Under the Christmas tree I found a Kindle. My old one was being hijacked by Angelina all the time. Then Amazon sent some great kindle offers and my friend and fabulous author Rachael Lucas, also messaged that her book is on offer.
So here’s my reading list for under a tenner:
Check out the reading list on Amazon
I bought some circular cubic inter-changeable knitting needles (it’s complicated to even say it! 😀 ) in the autumn and have a fabulous stash of yarns… have I got round to using them? No!
Well, now is the time I reckon, making the most of those long cosy nights, a couple of candles burning and creating some fun knitted projects. Anyone have ideas for practical things to knit?