- The Fam
Do you constantly start projects with much enthusiasm and excitement, with every intention to work from start to finish but somehow end of “just setting down” your project for months at a time? It would feel so nice to quickly enjoy the glow of accomplishment, but it’s so easy to be distracted by other exciting opportunities for tinkering.
This challenge is to hold me accountable. I made a new year’s resolution to finish something that was left to the wayside of ADHD road every week. What qualifies? Open for interpretation! I think the most important element of this challenge is that after I finish each project I should feel a sense of relief.
As I get farther into the challenge I’m surprised at how fast and easy it was to finish the projects that I had already started but dreaded finishing, and the heightened sense of accomplishment finishing something that has weighed on my mind for months.
Some projects on my list to finish:
A sewing machine cover that has sat in my “projects” bin for more than 6 months!
A pile of sewing projects
Several sewing project tutorials
A garden plot that is 1/2 winterized (It’s probably too late for this one?)
10 or more books that I have in my “currently reading” shelf
Anyone have any ideas for things you would add to your list of neglected projects? Lets share some ideas and successes. If you want to join me in this challenge I’ll post a picture of your finished project the following week. Just post a comment in the latest FSIS post or shoot me an email:
Needs some ideas? Here is a list of what I’ve finished so far: