I had a realization this morning. I have too many projects on my knitting plate at the moment. There’s the pair of socks for the month. Then there’s two projects that I can’t really talk about at the moment. And I really should be knitting a project for a swap,
but I haven’t even figured out what that’s going to be yet. I take part of that back, I totally just figured out what I’m going to make for my swap project, I just need to make it.
Honestly? That’s not a lot for me. But it’s a mountain of projects for a me who is slightly burnt out on life. Holidays and lots of busy time. Returning to work after 10 days off, maybe two of which felt like a restoration period, thanks to the aforementioned holidays and busy time. Busily trying to finish up a variety of projects right before the holiday. And (this is painful to admit) I’m kind of burnt out on knitting.
I do this. I go through phases. Last year it involved a lot of crochet squares and a blanket in July. I don’t have any crochet projects on the back burner right now, nor do I particularly want to start any at the moment. I just need to push through and persevere.
Any of you been in this situation before? Tips for getting over the hurdles?
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