2022 is just around the corner, and most people are making New Year’s resolutions related to their work, travel plans, fitness, and eating habits. If you want to try something different next year and fully immerse yourself in the world of DIY, here are three resolutions that will get you there.
One Project a Month
Sticking to New Year’s resolutions is tough if they’re not realistic. Some DIY projects require a lot of time, and it’s difficult to commit to them on a daily or weekly basis. That’s why you should aim for one DIY project a month, no matter how big or small.
If you want your DIY skills to evolve in 2022, you’ll have to try new things. Never tried using a silicone gun or working with acrylic paint? Now’s a better time than ever to give it a shot!
Get Others Involved
Working on DIY projects on your own is all fun and games, but the real magic starts when you get others involved. Pick a project that you can do with someone who enjoys arts and crafts as much as you do.
No Unnecessary Waste
Whenever you’re struggling to find an idea for your next DIY project, try to plan them around things you already have. Many household items that people tend to discard, such as jars, bottles, and candle holders, have infinite DIY potential and you should put them to some good use in 2022.