Why you should finish your projects

Even the small ones, especially the smaller ones.

As someone who always has several projects going on at the same time, I know what I am talking about.

And no, I don’t mean knitting projects only.

I have started the outline for my first book and written some stuff, at the same time I’m working on a new poem in German for a competition – and this week I’m taking part in the”555 Songwriting Kickstarter”.

Yes, it’s all about writing – and music. There’s a common theme. And I work in small time slots and focus on one per slot.

So yesterday I finished my Winter Lights Shawl – I thought the i-cord bind-off (only knitters in the know) would take forever, but then I was done. And it felt great.

My energy was free again, for a new project of course.

So this year, I decided to look over my smaller projects and actually finish them, which for me – as a multi-passionate person – is a huge step. I have read and tried so many tools, which often only worked for people with one passion, one big goal.

So, while I’ll keep on working on different creative projects, I’ll allow myself to actually finish some and enjoy the feeling of having accomplished something.

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