Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes

Here's the subject repainted from the post aboutfixing mistakes. It's not enough to see the problem, you have to change something to fix it. The saying, "Nothing changes if nothing changes" seems simplistic, but it is really not.

This has been a challenging season for me. I am puzzling out how to approach things in a more functional way. Getting sewing done is as bit hard right now, and I'm considering making a change (gasp!) of location for where I sew. Right now my sewing room is in the basement, which worked in a different season of life. But now I need to sew on the main floor, so I will convert my desk to a sewing station. I won't bring up my stash of books and fabric and patterns, just the stuff for the project at hand that can easily be contained in a picnic basket. That and a sewing machine. So I can use the Nancy Zieman 10-20-30 Minutes to Sew method I used when my kids were younger. We'll see how that works. And if that doesn't work, we will try something else.

~ Dixie Redmond

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