I find myself wondering what will I do next.
Design Teams are great for inspiration, networking and motivation.
They can also be stressful if you have an already packed schedule.
No matter how much I try,
between editing the text and struggling with my slow computer,
it usually takes 2 hours to post an article.
I can import a finished post from Word but loading photos takes up the rest of the time.
And linking all the products used on a project?
The most frustrating part of all.
I'm not complaining.
I signed on knowing exactly what the requirements for each team where.
My Scrap FX term has been the happiest and most positive team-work experience I've ever had.
But I am finally admitting a reality to myself.
Which you get to read. Yay?
This hobby takes the majority of my time. Not my "spare time".
Most of my time.
A night out on the town with a friend who was turning 40 last week required all kinds of schedule jumbling.
I was almost too tired to go when I finished all the negotiations!
My family has been sending out very clear signals that I'm not exactly present,
even though my body is in the room.
So I either develop crack scheduling skills (never my forte) or I keep the blogging, Facebooking, Pinning, Tweeting, Instagraming to 30 minutes a night.
Because staying up till midnight
or trying to make and shoot all my projects on sundays
is really not sustainable anymore.
The good news for our crafty friendship is that I can see your work on Instagram or Facebook.
I can leave a comment without having to enter numbers to prove I'm not a robot.
Just try to overlook my crazed spelling.
I can spell.My fingers on the teeny iTouch screen cannot.
|Enlarging this photo to "original size" keeps it clear. |
Sizing it down to "medium" makes it fussy.
Blogger what's going on?