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Crocheters, just like everyone, like to make New Year’s Resolutions, aka Yarn Resolutions. However, most abandon their resolutions quickly after. It’s better to create and have Smart Goals.
As the end of the year is approaching faster and faster, many start making New Year’s Yarn Resolutions. Especially after over-eating and creating and overspending on gifts for others. As soon as the new year starts, we need to focus only on ourselves and do some self-care.
I’ve done this. Year after year. And shortly after, usually within a few days or weeks, I fell back into my old habits and abandoned my New Year’s Resolution. But once I started my own business, something changed for me, especially mentally.
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I wanted to create goals, not yarn resolutions. To track them and actually reach them. I cared more about others while taking care of myself at the same time. All in all, I became a better person.
I believe anything is possible, if you put pen to paper, make goals, and have this list in front of you every single day. The more often you see it, the easier and faster you reach your goals.
Crochet Goals and Yarn Resolutions
As a crocheter, I make goals too. Yes, I have design goals as well. But I also have crochet goals. For example, I have never crocheted broomstick crochet and I really want to learn it. I also want to reach more and more crocheters every month year to make a positive impact in their lives. If they can see how crochet is not just physical but also has a huge mental impact, they can create a more meaningful life for themselves.
To make it even more interesting, I decided to ask crocheters in my Crochet Group what New Years Resolutions they have. I personally believe all of these can be made into goals and that they can and will reach them. I believe in that very much.
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New Year’s Yarn Resolutions:
- Finishing current WIPs before starting new ones
- Learn to crochet amigurumi
- Use up your current Yarn Stash
- Organize your Patterns
- Organize your Yarn
- Learn more Stitches
- Learn to Change Colors in Crochet
- Find more time to Crochet rather than be in front of a screen
- Start gifts for other people months in advance
- Make something for themselves
- Crochet more challenging projects
- Learn to stop saying yes to everyone
- Make money with crochet
I love this list. Every single one of them should be a goal and not a resolution. I added links to a few of these items as I actually have some resources for you that can help you reach these goals sooner rather than later.
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– No More Yarn Resolutions
Furthermore, I created an amazing template for you. It will allow you to create goals and then use these goals to turn them into weekly/monthly to-do tasks. In addition, I added a section that allows you to get your yarn and patterns organized easily.
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You can change your Crochet Life forever, right now. Take a leap of faith. You can do it. I believe in you!
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