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    Bec
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      It’s not long until we are in 2016, so what are your scrap resolutions for next year………or non scrap related resolutions ?

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      Bec
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        My main resolution this year is to be more organised with my scrapbooking. I’ve brought myself a organiser and I’ll write down when all my projects are due and tick off once I’ve finished one. I’m on 5 design teams in 2016 so I want to be extra organised so I don’t end up with 6 projects to make in one weekend.

        Second is that I am going to try to get my scrapbooking budget under control. I spend ALOT on scrapbooking, if I actually added it all up it would be scary. But next year I want a new camera and I won’t be able to get one if I keep spending hundreds a month of craft products. So no more online shopping for me………unless there is a sale ?

        Non scrap resolution is the same as I make every year, to be healthier (e.g eat more veges, more exercise, less sugar) surely one year I’ll be able to stick at it….right?

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        msjan1
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          You will certainly be busy this coming year, Bec. Can’t wait to see all you create!

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          Peggy
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            Wow, Bec!!!! I’d say that your organizer idea is perfect, you’re certainly going to need it!!!! (Like Jan, I’m looking forward to seeing ALL of your upcoming projects!)

            My resolution is an easy one: I intend to stick to a very frugal scrappy budget this year. I really do have enough stuffs to last for a long, long time. Except for my Swirly Kits (a total necessity!), I’m not going to be buying much of anything, no matter how much enabling goes on around here.
            Okay, it’s not an easy one, but I do hope to stick to it.

            A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.

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            droopidog
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              My scrappy resolution is to use my stuff. No more hoarding.

              One specific goal is to use at least one piece of chipboard on every layout. I have so much chipboard and ordered tons more from the special order.

              I’m doing really good at purging what I don’t use anymore. Right now, I’m fairly happy with my set up. My flowers are still out of control, but I don’t think they will every be in control. Lol

              Non scrappy resolution is like Bec, be healthier. I have terrible eating habits. I need to be better with that. I do ok with exercise and water intake. Just need to let go of the chips.

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              RAE
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                Kim and I have the same scrappy resolution- use at least one piece of chipboard on every project. We made the pact after we went nuts with the last DA order, and then some!

                I’m still going with my one from two years ago- if I make a purchase, I have to use at least something from the purchase before I make another one.

                Non scrappy resolutions-
                1. Get my 10,000 steps in EVERY DAY, and then do the 7 Minute Workout App Challenge at least 5 times a week. (Staring after I get back from CHA.)
                2. Make housekeeping a priority. I will put anything before housework, and it has to stop. 🙂

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