- I have a massive backlog of fiber.
- Spinning is relaxing.
- I have the ability to sell my handspun.
- I should incorporate 30-60 minutes of spinning per day (as I can justify this as work).
This has a couple of side effects. Suddenly I have 30-60 minutes per day less time to do other things. But spinning is relaxing, so I find that I care less that I’m getting less work done, because I’m more relaxed. Go figure….?
And in typical “me” fashion, wherein typically the less I do something, the less I want to do it, and the more I do something, the more I want to do it… I’m finding that I want to work 12 hour days less and less, and I want to spend more time relaxing.
So I am.
I’m not pushing myself as hard, and I don’t mind both not pushing myself and not having something new to show every seventeen minutes.
This is a trend I’d like to see continue (the not stressing out about every little thing part).
A Day in the Life
Maker of thrown, hand-built, and slipcast ceramics; dyer and spinner of yarn; writer of science fiction; watcher of people and nature.