Friday, May 18

Part 7 : The Organized Woman's Guide - Keeping it Real

Keeping it Real

This series is about discovering time you already have that maybe you just aren't using as wisely as you could.  I decided to do this series because I've learned some things that work for me, some things I'd like to improve upon, and some things I still need to learn!

Whether you want more knitting time, time to spin, crochet, paint, or read.  There are sure to be some tips and techniques you can use for better time management.

So I hope you’ve gained some tips to help you find more actual knitting time in the past few weeks.  Knitters should knit, and enjoy the process and the product.  If you are one of those people who wishes they could get more FOs and consequently start more new projects, I hope this series will help you do just that.

Of course, you can apply this series to any craft:  crochet, cross stitch, embroidery, sewing, quilting, etc.  


For most of us, knitting is our hobby.  So, it should be fun!  Spending a little time getting our supplies and space organized can help us enjoy the knitting.  Learning to focus and avoid distractions can help us finish more of the projects we start.  

But above all, we should enjoy the time we spend knitting.


If you’re knitting space or supplies are still a mess, don’t panic.  Don’t let imperfection stop you from enjoying your hobby.  Tackle it in small bites.  

If you spend two hours looking at Facebook and reading blogs and don’t get any knitting done, don’t panic.  Resolve to cut back, even if it means using an actual timer.  


As Scarlett O’Hara famously said!  Keep on knitting....

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...