Announcing a new collaboration with Jodi at Dear Sabrina!
This is a time of transition, a time of rest and contemplation. A time to let go of expectations and just be quiet with myself. It's uncomfortable; I want to know what's next, of course.
One of my favorite tools to leverage the discomfort and get me out of the cycle of self-doubt is to do a Fear Dump. This powerful 5-minute exercise will take you from feeling uncertain to feeling more powerful.
And yet I am left with this sense of yearning. And a sense of self-doubt: If I want to write so much, why don’t I just do it? Is it that I am afraid I don’t have anything to say? Or is it the opposite: that I’m afraid I DO have something to say.
Morning rituals. Habit trackers. 10,000 hours. 21 days. Lifehacks. The Four Habits. There's so much advice out there for how to create new habits that help you achieve your goals. I've considered many of them, and they just haven't worked. They haven't worked because the chunk of time required seemed out of reach. I'm … Continue reading 15 minutes a day
From Ginny: ~ Two of my favorite things are knitting and reading, and the evidence of this often shows up in my photographs. I love seeing what other people are knitting and reading as well. So, what are you knitting or crocheting right now? What are you reading? *** I cannot stop reading this book. I … Continue reading Yarn Along :: Cake + Knitting
I've been thinking over the pros and cons of participating in Blogtoberfest, a challenge to write a blog post every day in October, for a few days now. Mostly I think it will be an interesting challenge, but part of me is also terrified that I won't have anything interesting to say. What happens when, on … Continue reading Blogtoberfest 2009