Unraveled Wednesday

There has been no unraveling here because there has been no knitting here. I am feeling stuck. I have three projects that are so lovely but when I finally sit down each evening, I don’t pick them up. Hopefully that will end soon?

Turning off social media has been good for my reading life. I am listening to this book and reading this book. And I am looking forward to driving into this book, just released yesterday.

Yesterday I listened to The Next Right Thing podcast. In episode 73, Emily talks about batch work and theme work. I’ve been thinking along these lines for a few weeks. I used to have certain tasks on specific days but lately I seem to be all over the place (at work and at home). So last night, instead of knitting, I started making a list. Maybe getting back into a rhythm and routine will bring my knitting mojo back.

Happy Wednesday! Stop by and see what Kat is unraveling this week.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

10 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday

  1. It feels a little disconcerting, but i think your mojo will return when you are ready. It’s good to try and help it along.

  2. Sometimes the best thing is unraveling a schedule to find some creative time! You have good books in your queue though – I am on the list for the Tattooist.

  3. I often find myself in “slumps” or sort of a crossroads with the end of one season. Most recently I was in a reading slump, but I think that has finally passed. Hopefully your list making will be therapeutic and you will be back in the swing of things shortly.

  4. “This too shall end” my mom would tell me when I’d say I’m bored, don’t know what to do, etc…and she was right! Soon, your mojo will return and then you’ll be faced with making choices ;-))! Thanks for the link to the podcast…for sure a listen from me is on the agenda!
    Cheers~

  5. Lent seems like the perfect season to reassess, recharge and reset. I’m sure knitting will come back when it’s the right time. meanwhile, your reading looks awesome!

  6. I definitely have those periods when nothing in my knitting appeals to me. Usually I just have to spend some time doing something else creative to recharge my knitting mojo. Enjoy your reading!

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