100 days of . . .



noun. 1 a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process.

When I wrote about #the100dayproject, Kathy commented;

“ONLY ONLY If it will bring you 100 days of JOY”

I have been thinking about that comment a lot this last week and I have settled on #100daysmakingandmarking. I have pulled some of my WIPs, sorted through some fabric and yarn, and set aside a new notebook for marking the days with paper and pen.The one thing that has been nagging at me is the time commitment. Then I listened to this podcast. Elise asks a great question – if not now, when? When will I give myself permission to pick up my needles, my fabric, or my pen every single day? And what do I let get in my way?I know that if I add the commitment of posting about my 100 days it will be too much. So I am taking a hiatus from this space to create space. I only write this post because it makes me a bit crazy when someone just stops blogging cold. I plan to keep visiting your blogs – I treasure the people I have met through this space.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

10 thoughts on “100 days of . . .

  1. I shall miss your cheery and thoughtful posts…and I can totally relate to your move to freeing up your time and space in order to engage and give your creativity your full attention! Carry on!

  2. I will miss seeing your posts . . . but I am so happy to hear you’re making space in your life for . . . making. You are so wise to make space first – before taking on a new commitment! XOXO

  3. YAY YOU!!! I will certainly miss seeing you here, but trust I’ll be able to keep up in other ways. I know making is near and dear to your heart and I hope you find the space to do it. xxoo.

  4. Add me to the list of those who will miss your posts, but I understand an applaud your decision. hopefully you may poke back in once in awhile and let us know what you’ve been doing.

  5. Why do we feel we need permission? I am glad you have trod through that mire and have set priorities that work for you. Look forward to your return.
    Blessings to you!

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