I lost my way… but I won’t feel guilty

I started writing a blog as a way to track my progress and hold myself to account (to myself!)

But it’s been 6 weeks since my last blog and I’ve ended up feeling guilty for not writing – that can’t be right, can it? I don’t have a huge following on here (get your tiny violins out!) but by documenting my progress on a Sunday I was able to see what I’d done each week, and with my aim to knit a little every day I could see how my projects were developing.

One missed week became two, became three… of course I’ve still been crafting and I’ve made good progress and finished some items too. The absence of a weekly tracker though has slowed my progress, I don’t feel that I’ve been as productive over the last month compared to others.

So, I’m back.

I’m writing, I’m blogging, I’m crafting.

Will I blog my progress once a week? Hopefully! Will I stress if I don’t? I’ll try not to!

I’d love to hear your thoughts on how we make ourselves feel guilty and any techniques you have to combat that internal voice….

In the meantime, here’s a little project I finished recently – a Moose for Bog Moose! More on that in a future blog!

7 thoughts on “I lost my way… but I won’t feel guilty

  1. I don’t necessarily comment but I do read and you talking about what you’re doing and supporting me with what I’m doing is massively helpful. Keep at it, just do it when you’ve got the notion!

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  2. Don’t feel guilty. There is the possibility to write a post in advance and schedule them for when you are not able to write one. My health is not that good so o have about 5 posts in the bank to call upon when I have to take time out due to hospital stays. It is your blog so please don’t stress.

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  3. Like you, I try to post every week as a way of making sure I get on with my projects instead of leaving them languishing. But if you are being creative rather than spending the time blogging, I wouldn’t worry!

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