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Doesn't the above look typical and how it is all crammed into a box?
Kind of a symbol to what we all do, take on too much and cram in too much in our lives.
Having said that, we all make resolutions and we try to keep them but I do believe it is an important process to put goals on paper. As a list maker myself, I find writing down goals a sure way to get something done. This surely does not mean everything, but it is a good starting point.
I will share with you my goals/resolutions for 2016 and encourage you to write down your own as a guideline to accomplishment!
My "Guideline to Accomplishment" for 2016!
(aka New Years Resolutions)
I sincerely hope that everyone experiences happiness and good health this year and that your creative spirit soars!
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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