It was an interesting week with My Guy in the hospital for emergency surgery and recovery just before Christmas. I got in a bit of hand work while sitting at the hospital with him, except for Christmas Eve. We went from the doctor telling us he'd be in the hospital for the holiday, to we're discharging him this afternoon. Stitching just didn't happen that day.
15 minute days/week = 6/7 days
15 minute days/December = 27/28 days
15 minute days/2019 = 329/362
Success rate = 90.43%
I'm still on track to clear my goal of stitching 90% of the days in 2019. I'll wrap up my 2019 stitching stats next Sunday. I'm trying to decide what I want my 2020 stitching goals to be. There doesn't seem to be any relationship between sewing 15 minutes every day and finishing off projects, though I made lots of progress this year on many things. But with work and family obligations, I'm not sure >90% success rate is realistic for next year. What are your plans for finding time to stitch next year?
How did your holiday stitching work out? Link up and share how you managed to fit a bit of sanity stitching (or last minute Christmas stitching?).
3. Julie in GA