2020 Vision

Happy New Year!

I hope you had a wonderful celebration to ring in the new year. As I am sitting here at my kitchen table having my first cup of coffe, thinking about what my 2020 vision is, I figured I mind as well share it with you.

New Year resolutions?

I don’t make them any longer, instead I try to plan things that I know I can do and it is a much better approach to see what you have accomplished at the end of the year. In 2019, my plan was to revive my online business Sew-Geek. My plan to work on my mental health was successful. I am much better and happier.

But my husband and I made a plan to fix our financial health over the next 24 months. One of our goals is to get both our children through 4 years of college, with no debt to them. We sat down, looked at our finances, and came up with a plan that is doable. I have also been watching some interesting videos on Youtube, where people put themselves on a no spend year,  I am going to modify this to fit our families need. We are planning a vacation this summer on the Gulf Coast, which we accounted for in our plan. You need a Budget is a great program that has helped me in the past year, therefore I can only recommend it.

Another goal this year is to declutter and minimize the things we have. That also goes for my business Sew-Geek, I need to get back into sewing things, now that my elbow is at 85% fully recovered. There is so much fabric in my studio, that I will make into things. My closet is a mess that I need to clean out. So many clothes in there don’t fit me any longer, I will either donate or sell them. Our County Women’s Shelter has a retail store, so I am donating there. The decluttering will help with my feelings of overwhelm.

My health and fitness goal is to lose 50lb. That is 1lb. a week. If it turns out to be more that’s great. The reason I set the goal lower than last year is, cause I have not lost any weight this past year. So this number is attainable, it breaks down to 1lb a week. For the blog, my goal is to get

What are your goals for 2020, how do you want to start this decade? Let me know in the comments.

Much Love and Happy New year!



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  1. Helen

    Claudia, I love you. Your view is refreshing. I like goals rather than resolutions. My goal for the next year is simple – to work hard to be able to walk and do the things I love. I want to lose weight but that has to be a secondary goal. First, rehab after the first knee surgery and second, to have and rehab after the second surgery. So, really this spends almost 2 years. I want to walk, run, jump rope, and dance without pain. I want to be able to be in my kitchen and cook for my family. I want to be able to travel to see my mother and my family. In short, my goal is to get my life back. ❤️

    • Claudia Drinovsky

      Thank you for the kind comment and yes I know will get there. It’s not easy to get back after what you have been thru. We are here for you <3


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