As I've been reading through the blogs in my blog roll for the past few weeks, I've been feeling more and more alone on this one... but I have not taken the time to review 2011 or set specific goals for 2012.
Don't get me wrong - I know that periodically taking stock of where you are and looking ahead to where you want to be can be powerful tools for improving your skills.
And, unlike Calvin (above), I know that I still have a loooong way to go before I will be happy with my sewing skills... If that thought slipped my mind, my recent dancing dress experience was a vivid reminder! :(
But I'm just feeling so stressed - so much of my life is dominated by goals and timelines and evaluations... Sometimes I just want my sewing to be fun and pressure-free. Even though, in general, I do get a lot of satisfaction in achieving goals and improving my skills.
So, do I sound as "house divided against itself" as I feel? ;)
Okay already, enough about me! ;)
How about you? What is your stance on using the end of the year to taking stock and setting goals for your sewing? Do you do it? If so, why? If not, why not? If so, how was 2011 for you in your sewing? And what are you planning for 2012?