Learn Something New

Well, we’re almost half way through January.  Did you make a new year resolution?  How’s it going?  Have you kept your new year resolution?  I have no intentions to cause feelings of guilt or shame as I didn’t even make a resolution! I tried to do the word thing.  You know, come up with one word to live by for the year.  I didn’t get far with that because I couldn’t think of a word.  A few days into January, however, I did come up with a phrase. Inspired by my mother, who is 80 years old and has just started taking swimming lessons in the past year, I’ve decided on a phrase for 2019 which is “Learn Something New”.

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Each month I will learn something new which I have not done before.  I actually decided this would be a monthly endeavor as my daughter was teaching me how to knit.  While my girls were using their Hobby Lobby gift cards, I picked out this pretty, soft, ballet pink yarn to make myself a scarf.  As you will see in the photos, I’m trying something new, not trying to PERFECT something new.  I’ve been enjoying knitting this month and even bought another color of yarn as I anticipate some snow days and extra time for knitting.yarn

I’m making myself a list of the months and ideas of what I will try each month. I’m blogging about it because I think it’s a wonderful idea to share, and maybe I’m searching for some suggestions and accountability. (Also, I haven’t blogged in a very long time and this is very fitting with the title of my blog.)

January- knitting

February-  lettering or calligraphy

March- learn a beginner Reel or Jig

April- geocaching

May-

June-

July- paddle boarding

August-

September-

October-quilt sampler

November-

December- Make Ukranian Origami Stars

Feel free to make suggestions of new things for me to learn in 2019, or join me in this modified resolution to learn something new!

3 thoughts on “Learn Something New

  1. I love this! As a homeschooler, we are always facilitating our children’s curiosities. Wonderful to see you’re facilitating your own.

    Art history study? Explore local museums? Cross country skiing? Gardening? Read a genre you’ve never read before?

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