1. GOD - I want to get back to the basics. I need to spend time in prayer and devotion, every day. 2. Family - I want to continue to spend time with my kids and include the big kids as much possible. I am getting to experience some empty nest times and already not liking it. I need to embrace the few years I lave left with kids at home. 3. Debt - I want to payoff all credit card debt. I need a budget I can stick to.
4. Personal - A new one for 2014. I would like to be less high maintenance: financially, emotionally, and physically. I want to my life to be less about me and more about everyone around me: friends and family. I need to have better time management... At work and with my personal time.
5. Health - I want to lose the Holiday weight and get in shape. Sounds familiar.... A buck'o-5 and cut by July 1. Running and personal fitness 6 days a week. And.... Keep it up through the ENTIRE year. 6. Work - Increase my knowledge and skills to be more of a contribution. 7. Hobbies - Finish what I start, before starting something new. And continue to work towards finishing old projects. Same song, repeat chorus!!! 8. Project Life - All year long, catching up at monthly scrapbooking.
1. GOD - I think I went in reverse. Maybe just not forward. My biggest regret of the year. 2. Family - This was a good year. I've enjoyed my girls and am so glad to have JT in the house. 3. Debt - I don't know if I cut it in half. But I know it has decreased greatly and was not increased at Christmas. Marked as success. 4. Health - I have finally gotten used to running. I hit my goal weight once, but that was short lived. I think I have come full circle. If only the year were 6 months long. 5. Work - Check! 6. Hobbies - Check!
I have been wanting to create something from a pallet since everyone started pinning pallet everything. I knew I wanted shelves for my sewing room but couldn't find exactly the right project for me.
I finally came up with my own idea. It was as easy as cutting the two ends off of a pallet and adding a couple boards across the top. I bought random knobs at Hobby Lobby while they were half off to complete the shelves.
I love the way they turned out!
I still have enough of the pallet left for two more projects. Stay tuned.