Sewing happened 7 out of the last 7 days. Usually for at least 30 minutes. Yesterday's design wall post shows all the progress. I'm caught up on both the FQS quilt along and the McCall's Quilting Mystery Quilt, and made some progress on UFO #5. I've already used more fabric this month than I did all of January last year. So even though sewing for at least 15 minutes each night hasn't always happened, it's happened enough to result in good progress on all this year's goals.
Turning off the computer by 8:30 each evening has helped me get up the stairs to the sewing room most nights. I'm working to make that a habit (along with exercising and eating right). Did you know it can take someone 18 to 254 days to form a habit, with the average for most people being about 66 days (based on the results of one scientific study found here). You can miss one day and not affect your success, miss more and it's harder. If you can stick with your plan to sew/craft 15 minutes per day till the end of February, that's 60 days. Check back next week, there will be details about a give away at the end of February that might motivate you to stick to your plan to find your "creative" time each day.
So how did you do this week? Write up how you did or didn't do for the last 7 days at finding time in your day to exercise the creative part of your brain.
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