The change of seasons is tough in this part of the Great Lakes. Days get shorter with less sunlight. You never know if it's going to be 55 or 80 degrees out. It's sad thinking that 4 months of snow and glum are just on the horizon. I've learned to combat it some by getting out my Light Therapy lamp and using that while I work. It does help, but let's face it, this Sicilian girl does better in the summer.
Which brings me to the realization that I have stalled. My Quilt Show Block of the Month sits untouched. I can't seem to get myself to settle into hand applique.... My creative juices feel all dried up .... My studio is a wreck. sighhhhh I'm a mess.
At least it's not forever. I have a plan ...
1. Clean my studio
2. Organize/Put Away the BOM for later
3. Take out the Sunflower Girl
4. Start rotating my three main projects
(SunFlower Girl, BOM, Quilting Rain, Rain)
5. Make plans for the Impressionist exhibit at CMA
Honestly, if I don't write it all down this ennui will just go on forever.
What do you do when you get stalled on a big project?