1. How to thread my sewing machine (and wind the bobbin) without wanting to kill someone (including myself) every time I try. If I could avoid the accompanying hot flash and migraine that seems to coincide with this process, that would be great too. No, I'm not even joking.
2. How to change and/or tighten and/or clean the washers on my faucets that cause the water to run strangely. I'm thinking it's probably hard water deposits of some kind.
3. How to change the filter on the water that comes out of my refrigerator door. The light to change it has been on for like six years, seriously.
4. How to use my Silhouette Cameo without wanting to commit homicide, suicide, or arson because I get frustrated and it makes my back hurt.
5. How to repair the piece of tile (and grout) that came off the tub area of my bathroom last week. It's one piece; surely, it won't be that difficult. Right? Right?
6. How to sit and stand properly so that my upper back doesn't feel as if I'm carrying the weight of the world on it. Also, how to unclench my tush so that my sciatica isn't constantly being aggravated by the process. I apparently sit around with my tush clenched up constantly according to my masseuse - gives new meaning to the phrase 'hard ass,' doesn't it? Hahaha!
7. How to program a universal remote in order to get rid of all the extra remotes I have lying around the house.
8. How to organize my studio space into a Zen-like retreat that is both calming and has my supplies easily accessible. (I'm working on this one right now, but, man, it's difficult.)
9. How to make a pretty, beaded necklace from scratch. I have all the supplies already, but I've forgotten how to twist and crimp and attach and string. Of course, it's been about a decade since I actually tried.
10. How to draw a landscape scene that I'm actually proud of - for whatever reason, I'm really struggling with my drawing goals. I guess I just don't see the world with an artist's eye when it comes to depth and shading in particular.