How Many Projects are Too Many
I'm wondering: how many projects is it acceptable to have in progress on at one time? Two? Three, maybe? I just realized that I've got projects scattered all over my house.
On my desk, you'll find some in-progress tin and button earrings.
Next to the desk, on top of my art cart, is the open art journal - waiting for inspiration to strike on how to finish those pages.
My metal punch sits waiting in the floor of the craft room (it's the sturdiest place to work) for me to punch more tin circles.
Nearby is my re-stocked bead box, but I really only use it when I'm out of the house.
The coffee table holds a tray of beads and wire - a leftover bead necklace in progress.
Near it, I've got a notebook full of project ideas for the upcoming September Challenges.
And, then there's the big project - replacing our deck. I should actually be out there pulling out nails. Instead, I'm inside writing this, finishing my coffee, and waiting for my phone to charge so I can listen to music while I tackle the house-cleaning before doing a little shopping.
So seriously, how many projects are too many?
What do you have in progress?