* Strikke 104 prosjekter
* Strikke 10 kg fra garnlageret
* Klare å holde oversikt over hva jeg har strikket gjennom året ved å føre inn på Ravelry
* Klare å holde oversikt over hva jeg har kjøpt inn av garn gjennom året på Ravelry.
(Tittel: Start of Something Good - Daughtry)
A new year, new possibilities, blank sheets of paper waiting to be filled with good memories. It's a bit strange that we humans reset at the start of a new year. At the same time that's probably how we humans are made. We're planning to train more, eat healthier, enjoy ourselves more, enjoy life itself more and live in the present. It might be one of the big lies we tell ourself that we can't live without. That this year is going to be so much better than the last. I'm no better. Actually I think I'm one of the worst. I always believe the next year is going to be better than the last. And not necessarily because happiness and all sorts of luck is falling down from the sky all of a sudden, but I believe habits I used decades to develop might change from one day to another just because it happens to be at the start of a new year. Since I'm one of the never ending optimists who joins the training in January, buys the healthy salad half of January and writes long lists of what I'm changeing this year, I have to share my knitting challenge for 2017. And just face it, what would we humans be without the hope of succeeding? I haven't included a number of sweaters this year, since I made that goal last year. And 104 projects? I managed a bit over 90 this year, but didn't put my test knitting on the list. I think the goal can be reachable.
* Knit 2014 projects
* Knit 10 kg from my yarn stash
* Keeping a list at Ravelry of everything I knit throughout the year.
* Keeping a list of all the yarn I buy and receive throughout the yar at Ravelry.
(Title: Start of Something Good by Daughtry)