Taking the 30 minutes a day plunge
I’ve heard so much around the interwebs about sewing just 30 minutes a day. I know I”ve told you how I’ve built whole evenings into my schedule, but I’ve found that I procrastinate with a whole evening ahead of me and then justify that it’s too late to start anything after some time has passed. How’s that for progress? A whole week has flown by with me excited to sew during the day, but when my evening arrives, I’m tired or procrastinate. No new dress for me last week. 🙁
I was beginning to feel like it was my job and then feeling guilty that I wasn’t sewing. As I have stated before, this isn’t my job, it’s my hobby. I want to keep it enjoyable.
So, even though every day I have a whole evening, I am going to commit to doing only 30 minutes at the beginning of the evening. That way, if I get into the groove, I can continue, and if I do it first thing, I can’t procrastinate myself out of it. Am I not clever? So obviously I’m hoping for a whole evening of sewing, but I will take the 30 minutes a day if that’s all I can motivate myself to doing.
What do you do to motivate yourself?
Happy sewing everyone!