1. Podcast weekly unless I have already let people know that I need to change my schedule
  2. Master the art of the half hour show
  3. Put up all my remaining recordings from 2006 up in January
  4. Do not let my podcasting get in the way of my knitting projects
  5. Shave beard more often

OK… so these are just a few of the resolutions… And so much for number one.

But I thought I would start by saying this year I want to bring more regularity to this podcast… and if not regularity at least more communication. So that you guys don’t wonder about my fate or the fate of the show.

We are both good.

This weekend, I had some business to take care of both personal and professional and I am now trapped in my office hoping to complete the professional stuff and do not see myself being able to do the show tonight. But somehow this month I will get out all the left over recording from 2006…

This week I was struck with the a true understanding about Yom Kippur, jewish day of atonement. The act of dealing with the business of last year in hopes of getting a running start at the new businesses of next year is really a cleansing thing. In that vein, I will try to get last years recordings/events/interviews out to you and start thinking about new things that I want to share with the world. Also, for those of you waiting for a prize, I will send them out this week. There should only be two of you…

Anyhow… I would love to hear from everyone this month about old business that you are trying to clear off your own agenda. Please let me know how you will close out 2006.

see ya later

8 thoughts on “Resolutions”

  1. The only one I’ve got for this month is just getting out the first show of the year, so i’m with you on that one, buddy! I’m thinking maybe two weeks from now…?

  2. I subscribed to a number of knitting podcasts at the end of 06, this one included. The old business I need to clear off my agenda now is listening to all your old podcasts so I’m totally caught up. Great show!

  3. I finally put my own goals ahead of the needs/desires of others. There is a time and a place for everything, and I do not regret what I have given. But after years of delaying a dream for this reason or that, it was time to reprioritize. And it worked. I completed my first novel! Oh, and I reorganized my sock drawer. Come back, soon!

  4. I found your podcast in iTunes at the end of 2006 and I loooooved it! It’s nice to hear a man talking about knitting. I am listening intently, please don’t feel like it should only be 30 minutes. Where I live, there isn’t a yarn store, and not a lot of people here knit, so the podcasts are like water to a thirsty soul.

  5. You’re resolutions are more reasonable than mine. Mine were so unreasonable I haven’t even posted them. Too much accountability.

    I like the new banner graphic.

    Looking forward to the next show.

  6. Hi Guido!

    I was wonderin’ if you fell into a deep hole after the Holidays. I’m glad to hear that you are alive and well. Can’t wait (well, obviously I can and I will have to) to hear the next podcast.

    Also, this is just a little tiny criticism of the new graphics on the site. It’s really hard to read the text in the banner, I’m with Charles above and like the pic. Just the text on the dark background is difficult to read. Maybe a lighter color, white maybe.

    Have a great week.

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