It only took one simple step to overcome my procrastination.
After I finished my Summer Home Decor Collections, I took a much needed break…but
When it came time to start working on my Fall Home Decor Line. . . I procrastinated.
I just couldn’t do a thing to motivate myself.
I kept thinking of all the stuff I’d had to do, the fun and the not so fun, but all necessary.
I started focusing on the Not so Fun things.
I didn’t want to even start my projects.
And It’s summer. My quilting studio
is a beautiful, spacious, room, with the sun flows through the windows… but it isn’t where I wanted to be.
The Pool? Yes!!!
The quilting studio? Not so much.
So I just kept on procrastinating
Even though I knew that the fall collection wasn’t gonna make itself.
If you’re in a rut of procrastination this one simple thing will help
Make whatever you need to do an appointment
Seriously. It does work.
I scheduled a 90-minute block of time as if it were an important appointment, one I couldn’t miss.
Knowing that once I started, I’d be as happy as a clam.
Just in case you were wondering when clams are “happy”.
Clams can only be dug up at low tides, so at high tide, a clam is safer and secure, so, therefore, happy.
Once I got going my creative juices started flowing.
And you can bet “fall home decor” is on my daily schedule, even if it’s a 20-minute chunk of time.
In that little 90 minute block of time…I got a lot of stuff done.
Of course, it all starts with strips and my signature off the wall style that I love.
What can you expect in the Fall Home Decor Line?
Next time how to stay motivated throughout the project.
Adele Mogavero, Your Personal Home Stylist.
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