Happy New Year 2014!

Happy New Year everyone!

2013 was one of those “life changing” years I’ll never forget, but I’m also glad it’s over & I’m ready to move forward!

I didn’t make resolutions for this year like I normally do, instead I reworked a “life map” (something that evolved from me reading the ebook “Tell Your Time” (with some changes, ok, a lot of changes- if you really want me to go into it, just let me know & I can post about it).  So in my “life map” I picked the areas I really want to focus on & I can make short term goals based on the year & eventually break it down to weekly goals.  It’s all done visually (those are my changes), so it works for the artistic/visual side of me.

I’m very excited because for the first time I’ve separated “work” & “life” goals with respect to quilting!  Hopefully this will help keep me energized throughout the year (ok, for the 1st part of the year, i.e. before baby!) as I see will be able something happening with my personal projects.

I’ve got some good plans for the website/blog to include some design changes & the Tuesday Tip will be coming back!

I’ll be teaching classes for kids again at Art at the Center.  They went so well last Fall I can’t wait for them to start up again!

So what am I doing now?  Well besides some background stuff no one can see (& honestly you don’t want to see!), here’s what’s currently on my machine: EKG Quilt
What better way to start the new year than by finishing a personal UFO?  This is from a few years ago- it’s got a great story & I can’t wait to share it with you!

Oh yeah!  And the scrappy UFO I blogged about last time is done, I just need to get outside to take decent pictures- but it came out great & will make a fantastic baby quilt!

Happy Quilting!

4 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2014!

  1. Good Looking quilt! Like your up beat welcome to the new year. Definitely will be a good one for your house hold!! Looking forward to reading more of your posts. Happy New 2014 Year!

  2. Miss you Robin! I was glad to hear everything is going good. I have one block left to make, then I can put borders on block of the month quilt. Still have three to finish! Jackie is starting an embroidery club on the second Monday of the month and I am really excited to learn to use my machine! How are you AND bABY? hOPE TO KEEP IN BETTER TOUCH IN 2014! Love ya Pam

  3. Keep the positive vibes. Time flies so fast. My biggest advice: pace yourself. There will be days you have so much energy and others when you just want to drag. I’ll be cheering you on!

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