I thought this might be a show that someone might listen to. It talks about taking back time by making small changes. Have a good day. Jasm
Here’s a show for you… Small Changes Lead To Big Results: How To Free Up 1.5 Hours of Your Time (TPS352)
We could be busy. We can force ourselves to do. It is good to be busy and carry out the projects you have mounting up but! You need to believe that when you start it you will stick to it even when you don’t feel like it. I hope this makes sense. Have a good day. Jasm
Today is still full of possibilities. Look into them. Try them and see what happens.
Problems are opportunities. They might not be pleasant but as I listened to on a course I am taking. They are ways we can grow if we choose to.
This word sounds good. It implies intent. But to a degree it sounds like hard work. To me it means turning up when you don’t feel like it. Or just making a start when you’d rather snooze. But it’s a word we should take out for a spin and see where it gets us. Have a great day. Jasm
If today is or has been busy. Take time out. Do something you really enjoy. In the time it takes,you will find that all your cares seep away and your order is restored. Jasm
I don’t know if episode 2published. I just wanted to say I tried the stitch. It was difficult to manipulate. Also it had a tendency to tighten the tension of the knitting. But all in all worth the effort .
I tried it. The stitch was difficult to get and it had a tendency to tighten. I don’t think it would be good for fine work. Yet I think if you want to spend the time it will add a nice edge to any garment.
No it’s not a recipe but it sounds good. This is a way of knitting a rib in socks or jumpers. It involves working twice into the knit stitch on the first row. Then working twice into the purl stitch on the second row. If you are a knitter and interested look up rick rack rib on YouTube. I think that the video shows that you can create something beautiful from something very simple with a little effort. Have a great day. Jasm
The opportunity to learn can happen by surprise. But the question is twist or stick? If you go down the new road there’s an adventure in the offing. Happy Sunday.