Thursday, December 31, 2009

2010 New Year's Resolutions

Happy New Year to all!!!

Most of us have New Year's Resolutions, probably same as last year's. But I think it helps even to repeat it this year, and certainly better to have resolutions than none at all.
So I made my own list - just the first things that came to mind. Some of the healthy habits I already acquired the past years are not included anymore ;)

Meanwhile, some thoughts on what I'm hoping to blog about this year:

**Getting paid for my ads this month, and continue to earn more this year.

**More original crochet designs - attractive and practical...
**A bigger market for my patterns for sale.

**Some knitting projects.

**A possible publication in a U.S. crochet magazine.

**More interesting "other stuff" like the following (at least it would be interesting to several of my blog readers ;)

As usual, I eat fruits first thing in the morning. After that, it just depends on whether I want to cook breakfast with rice or just boil sweet potatoes or plantains.
Today I cut up a serving of papaya crosswise instead of the usual lengthwise. I was surprised to see art inside the papaya.

Nature is the best source of inspiration ;)


  1. Hi Mimi! Happy New Year! If I have a resolution this year, I think that would be spending less time on the internet. But seeing that I can't do that anytime soon, I'll have to opt out on making a resolution at all to prevent disappointing myself. But I would really like to work more on my handmade projects now, at the same time replenishing my supply stuff.

  2. Happy New Year Gene! Its good to see you posting a lot more...the internet has lots to offer and at least you're using it to your advantage.
    My resolution that keeps repeating itself is accomplishing more projects. Maybe this year I would be able to do so, be it a crochet, knitting, or sewing project ;)
    Good luck on our projects!

  3. Happy New Year Mimi! I like your healthwise goals I think I will include
    drinking more water too.Avoiding chocolates is so hard for me :)
    Wish you all the very best in the pattern publication, I am sure you will get there.
    I also like to cut up fruits like that and see the patterns :)

  4. Thanks Pearlin! I hope to have more good news to blog about this year ;)
    I wish I didn't have to avoid chocolates and coffee. Its not the calories, but its because of my weak digestive system :p

  5. That's a nice way to serve papaya during Christmas or other special occasions!

  6. Yes sis, and its so easy to do...hehe


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