This year I decided against a big, long list of goals in favor of a few general guidelines, like a compass pointing the direction I want to go. Two things for sure that I want to put time into are working through my book pile and digging back into knitting.
Like most, we have been keeping indoors this week due to the bitterly cold temps that have swept through the region. I've returned to my copy of Seven Stages of Money Maturity, which was recommended by a financial planner and family friend. At about 3/4 complete, I can say for sure that I highly recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in getting and keeping their financial house in order while living a fulfilling lifestyle.
I also broke out my copy of Last Minute Knitted Gifts. I picked this up last summer, but haven't tried any of the projects yet. Soon!
We've been taking a break this past week, but are heading back into our regular homeschool and co-op schedule next week. So I fully intend to relax and enjoy as much as possible this weekend. :)
"Much of what we call depression isn't clinical...it is the emotional result of clinging to Innocent, idealized beliefs about how things are or how they should be."
- George Kinder