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26 Before 27

26 before 27

  1. Get married! April 4, 2015! – Don’t even bother asking, I’m not making my wedding dress lol I can’t handle that kind of pressure!
  2. Enjoy the process of wedding planning – I’m trying to savor every fun, tearful, and frustrating moment!
  3. Knit a sweater – I got the My First Sweater class form craftsy so this one is already in the works!
  4. Visit a new state
  5. Get hypnotized and see if it conquers my fear of flying – I have my next session this week!
  6. Do regular volunteering
  7. Find a type of exercise I enjoy
  8. Sew something pretty for our engagement photos
  9. Go on a self date once a month
  10. Keep in better contact with friends and family
  11. Have 25% of my wardrobe handmade but only if its fun and useful (i’m trying to keep things realistic this year)
  12. Pick a few important projects to DIY for the wedding (I’m not interested in doing every single thing myself but i do need some touches of me to make it perfect)
  13. Get another tattoo
  14. Discover more of downtown phoenix
  15. Fill up my recipe book
  16. Really organize my sewing space
  17. Participate in May Made May – In the works!
  18. Take a trip and visit my sister and hermano
  19. Sew some jammies!
  20. Ride bikes to the farmers market for fresh shopping!
  21. Make new friends – I’m planning to start a Phoenix based sewing group once I move into my new and much bigger place. It would be great to meet some more sewers!
  22. Sell something I’ve made but only if it s a fun process (again lets keep it realistic)
  23. Become more involved in blogs (reading other cool blogs, commenting, and collaborating)
  24. Sew something for my mama.
  25. Try to be better about blogging the things I’ve sewn – I’m hoping this will improve once I’ve moved since there’s no space in my current place and everyone knows I’m way too chicken to venture out into public with a tripod and remote.
  26. Have the best year yet! – I may roll this one over each year!

One Response to 26 Before 27

  1. Jill says:

    I love number 22! My Nana passed away a few months after I graduated from college. We were very close, but I still feel like I didn’t spend enough time with her and regret it to this day. I remember one day I went to visit her in the nursing home, and she was SO happy to see me. I wish I had gone to visit her more and had asked her more questions about her life. It still breaks my heart to think about how happy she was to spend time with me that day, and that I didn’t realize how important it was to her and respond by visiting her more often. When you’re young, you think you have all the time in the world, but you don’t. Take the time to really get to know the people you love. I hope you and your Grandma can spend some lovely afternoons together.

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