Oh I have to tell you how much I enjoyed everyone's comments about "Poverty Meals" from my last post, and reminders of some of the other things that were regular meals/foods growing up. Isn't it funny how - especially when you are a kid - you just figure everyone else's family does the same things, eats the same food, etc.? And then the first time someone mentions something different or you visit a friend's house, it's like WHAM!?
Thanks for the trip down memory lane (though who am I kidding, The Tim and I still like some of that stuff).
I know I don't talk about sewing here very much, though I have a sewing machine and enjoy the basic things I know how to do. But I seldom use my machine, mainly because I pile so much crap on the table above it, I would need to clean it off first. I had been toying with the idea of setting it up on the table on January 1, and just leaving it out, thereby providing fewer possibilities to create piles o' crap.
Then a few weeks ago, I was scrolling along on Instagram, and saw that someone I followed had linked to this post. Hm, I thought, this might be worth looking into. So I watched the informational video, and decided to sign up. This will provide me with actual incentive to use my machine, and - at least theoretically - by the end of 2020, I'll have added some useful things to my household and repurposed some materials.
I'm sharing this with you because it occurred to me that some of you may also be interested. If you sign up before November 30th, the cost is half, even though the full amount is not that expensive.
Not that this means I'll be only sewing in the next year, because I would miss knitting too much. Rather, this is just a plan to help me get back on track with sewing, and also refrain from creating too many piles of random stuff around the house. So hopefully for me, it will be a win-win!
I have been thinking of goals for the next year, and I'm hoping that this one will actually stick.
Stay tuned ... :-)