You would think it would be easier to get in more stitching time with the decrease in external activities. But I still struggle some evenings with having the energy to go play with needle and thread. How about you? Is it easier or harder to find the combination of energy/desire/time to fit in at least 15 minutes of stitching time most days?
This week was a good one for me, the energy/desire/time equation worked in my favor.
15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/July = 24/25 days
15 minute days/2020 = 183/207 days
Success rate = 88.41%
Getting back on a schedule helped this week. Work has been steady, so no late nights. Plus I finally figured out a substitute for my twice a week gym work outs that meshes with my sewing schedule. Still need to tweak that a bit, but something on that front is definitely better than nothing. My slacks have definitely noticed a change with being at home more.
How was your stitchy week? Did you meet your quilty goals for the week?
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