Thursday, December 31, 2009

Say good-bye to 2009 and Hello to 2010...

Well I'm ending 2009 with one last Christmas layout (opening that one gift on Christmas eve to set the anticipation into high gear) and one to start the new year. I've decided not to set goals in the normal "self-fulfilling prophecy set up for failure" mode I usually do by highlighting those things I don't like and declaring to fix them, but instead to visualize where I want to be at the end of the year and make a stategic plan of small steps to help me get there. So what will you accomplish in 2010?
Twilight Zone Kit by Digi+Licious (DivineDigitals by Christine Mortimer)


  1. I hope to accomplish a whole bunch of things! (:
    merry new year~

  2. I like your plan of not setting 'goals'... keep us updated on how it works for you! :)

  3. I always set "intentions" instead of doing resolutions...intentions are much more open-ended...:) Your pages look so great!

  4. Like you, I'm not putting "resolutions" out there. Just a thing or two I want to do differently in the coming year. For instance...knock the rust off my camera! And my digi scrapping supplies! Thanks for stopping in at 2Peas and commenting on my blog banners. :)

  5. We use the S.M.A.R.T goal setting at work (or the grow process). It is extremely helpful.Sad to see that you haven't posted since 2009. Your work is fun, I would love to see more.

    Also, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. You asked" once you have cards are they for your personal use or do you have a recipient already in mind (ie. sending cards to soldiers?"

    Answer: We use them for personal use. I haven't bought a greeting card for 3 years now! But I do go through my cards every so often and clean out the surplus and send them to Operation Write Home. They are great cards, but I won't get the chance to ever use them all. So I wittle my selection down and send the others to someone who will use them.