Welcome 2009!

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and safe New Year!

January is now upon us, and it's time to make a list of resolutions for the coming year! While most of my personal resolutions focus on eating healthy and finally getting fit (once and for all!), I do have some Cricut-inspired goals for the new year that I would like to share with you...

1. Blog more!

I love to post here, but unfortunately, those posts tend to be rather sporadic. I'm making a commitment to change that - and, if you feel like it, you can help me with this one! If you have any Cricut (or die cut) related questions, feel free to send me a quick note using the contact form. It just might give me something to talk about here!

2. Back Up Those Pictures

I was just reading a message on another forum from someone who lost all their personal photos when their computer crashed recently. Aaargh! That's one of my worst nightmares. I used to be really good about making backup copies of my digital photos on C.D., but I have gotten really lax about it lately. I'm thinking of using an online photo storage site, but need to take the time to research the different available options. If anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears...

3. Get Organized

I love seeing pictures of how others have organized their crafting closets and rooms. I actually have space in my home for a crafting area, but for one reason or another (I won't bore you with the details), my scrapbooking supplies (yes, including my Cricut collection) are stuck in various boxes that are spread throughout the house. It usually takes me an hour or two to hunt down all the supplies I need when I want to do a little paper crafting. Things are going to change in 2009, and I'm going to put my husband (and his tools) to work for me!

Now that you know my resolutions, I would love to hear yours! Also, if you have any suggestions or comments on my list above, I would love to hear those too...

Comments

  1. Re: “Back Up Those Picture”
    Buy the “Clickfree” from QVC. It is a “Special Value” several time a year. You just plug it in and do nothing else. It backs up your whole computer in one step. Check it out. Go the QVC.com and type Clickfree in the search bar. This is the easiest and most effortless way to backup your computer. Let me know what you think and pass it on.

  2. Ronnel,

    Thanks for the suggestion! It sounds like it’s exactly what I need – I’m off to QVC to check it out… :-)

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