I don’t think there is any single easy answer to this question. Then again, maybe it’s just me because I have so many things going on at the same time.
- More hats for my Etsy shop (also scarves and jewelry)
- Personal requests – shawls, throws, and the occasional baby things.
- My creations:
- Cleaning and prepping plots inside and out of the greenhouse.
- Keeping chickens from ripping out my new transplants and seeds.
(Yes – my birds do the chicken dance every time they tear up a plot-grrr!)
- Helberg farm stories blog
- Etsy shop – Rachellenacreations – blog and shop updates
- Rlh Creative Virtual Assistant – Yep, new job for me so more time to squeeze in a day (can you say IDIOT?? – but you have to say it really loud!)
- Other creative writing jobs – copywriter, author, nut-bag in a pen addiction (this one is the worst to keep up with…it’s all those wild ideas floating around in my head.).
When is a body to find time for the standard day-to-day projects?
- Farm chores
- Extra seasonal farm chores
- Specialty projects (like setting up new plots)
They are all never ending. So my question goes out to all of you – How long should a project take?
When I have the help of my co-farmer/sister; a simple project can be done in a day or a weekend. When my Grandson is preoccupied, I can get minor projects done (cooking, cleaning – at least a little, etc.).
I have a yarn addiction that must feed, or it gets ugly!
The gardens cannot be left attended for a day without the weeds full-on assault on all my hard work.
Where does one project end and the next begin? Is it the same for everyone? Am I the only whack-job that has to have several things going on at the same time, all the time?
Do not even start that “list” thingy with me! I have tried every list and method out there. Read the blogs. Listen to the podcasts, and watched the webinars – bah humbug! You can’t tell me that the people that create all that “helpful list stuff” are completely in control and on top of all their projects? They must have some help, or they live in a box. Some days I think it would be great to live in a Tiny House just to have my own quiet little space to thing…and of course, work on a project.