I don’t normally do the new year thing, I prefer to do it at the Jewish new year, but the Jewish calendar isn’t so kind as to offer a three day weekend to ring in the new year. And the three day weekend is good for catching up and therefore getting (in an ideal world) a fresh start.
I’m a “blurt it out” kind of girl. I have a thought and I want to share it. Right then. Perhaps it is from being the youngest in my family? Or maybe it’s just a character flaw.
Either way, I have tended to use my blog as a place to share. Everything! Right now!
No more. No more? Really? This probably won’t last.
But for as long as it does, I have a plan. It involves drafting posts (right when they occur to me!) and publishing them in a coherent–and alliterative–manner: sewing on Sundays, tchotchkes on Tuesdays (and I cannot believe that the wordpress spellcheck doesn’t think that “tchotchkes” is a word, I’m terribly offended), woolens on Wednesdays, food on Fridays. You get the picture.
Along the way, there will be (*cough*may be*cough*) other things that come to me. I don’t think the blog will become organized overnight. (Maybe the blog fairy will come while I’m asleep if I leave my computer under my pillow?) I’d love to hear any ideas you may have for getting the blog-as-metaphor-for-my-life in order.
And may 2011 be a year of learning, of growth, and of all manner of good.