so right after I finish doing nothing…. i’ll get started
there are a few new things I want to try out for 2014: (in no particular order)
Circus arts classes – I tried a couple of classes out this year and enjoyed them. I would like to dedicate at least one solid term to circus arts
Trampoline sessions – I’ve wanted to try out some freestyle trampoline sessions for a few years and keep on putting it off. So i figured next year, I should just make it happen
Sew something – all i know is how to sew a button onto my clothes, and it’s not even that tidy. I’d like to learn how to make something, anything.
Woodwork – I am crap at anything that is at all design like and I would like to try and make something practical. So I’d like to explore options to either teach myself or take a class and learn how to make something out of wood.
Learn a language with my husband. The default would be to do french, because I know elementary school french and I love the language. Biggest flaw in this plan, is that I haven’t even talked about it with my husband yet.
random ideas that have just popped up:
learn to sing
learn to draw
I have to refer back to this post by the end of January and come up with a plan to make this happen and see how realistic it is to take on so many new things. Maybe 2014 is about exploring the options and map out how to make it happen.
Last week on the lululemon blog, they posted the #nohumbug challenge. I didn’t know about it until Friday.
I really liked the idea of the list, and I’ll likely do the list, but with my own twist. I’m not interested in all the challenges, and I’m not interested in doing them as they’ve prescribed. I’d rather do the ones I like, and change the ones that don’t suit me to something a bit more practical, like I probably won’t have an eggnog cocktail, but I’m likely to have a candy cane cocktail.
So far, I’ve spread the #nohumbug challenge, found a new way to get sweaty and secretly topped up someone’s parking.
Tomorrow I’ll give the list my own makeover, and maybe I’ll post it here.
The list is a great way to do activities with your kids or partner or friends.
4. Try to socialise with a different group of people
On the first day of November I wanted to try and do a few things that I wouldn’t normally do. I wanted to see what I could accomplish. Like anyone else, I’m curious about a lot of things, and I reckon it’s worth giving something new a go. I don’t think the changes or the new that I need to do need to be revolutionary, just things that I’ve thought about at one point or another, that I’d like to try, but this time I’m sharing it, which is in and of itself something new.