Oh my gosh, I can’t believe this year is already ending. I’m glad because so many of my friends have had terrible years, and the USA isn’t having such a great year as a nation either. But I want to be ready for the new year, and I bet you do, too! I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions, but I do plan out what I want to do in the upcoming year. Here are a few ways you can join me to plan or to dive in and take the next big step in your knitting.
Vermont Knitting Retreats
I am so excited to let you know that we finally have our knitting retreats
planned out for 2018. We have three so far and one is almost sold out already. I’m really looking forward to the Knit Dyeing Retreat that is planned for next summer. We haven’t had one since 2013 and we are going to try some natural dyeing from our gardens around our property. Also, do you knit socks? Toe up? Why not try to attend the Autumn retreat with me? Take a look at the website for more information and dates. After traveling almost every month for the last ten years, I am looking forward to staying home in 2018 and enjoying the beauty of Vermont. Come join me.
Year End Rejuvenation and Biz Planning
Ever since I read The Artist’s Way
by Julia Cameron–before I had my own business or started life as a freelancer–I have taken the last five weeks of the year to renew my energy and plan my next year. I call this my Year End Rejuvenation and Biz Planning
. This is my way of rebelling against the anxiety and stress of the holidays and
against the Puritan work ethic that tells us “idle hands are the devil’s workshop” and makes us believe if we’re not busy all the time, then we are lazy and we will end up broke, homeless, and unloved. “Poppycock” is what I have to say to that! I’d like to invite you to join me to break the cycle of anxiety and busyness and experience your own year-end renewal. Live with peace in the season that we should spend relaxed, cocooning in warm knitting. Sign up for this online course today
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