You know I am always obsessing over how I spend my time. I have leader-ender projects next to my sewing machines that I also use to fill 5 free minutes. I have multiple projects for TV and travel time. A few months ago I started dedicating an hour (almost) every day to longarm quilting and have completed a surprising number of quilts.
But I still feel like I waste a good bit of time. This week I decided to see what I could do in 30 minutes. Don't we often have 30 minutes between TV shows or 30 minutes before dinner or 30 minutes before bed? It seems like such a short amount of time that it's not enough to accomplish anything.
I was wrong.
I can make a couple of blocks from my leader-ender project which motivates me to make more HST blocks because I really like this.
prefuse the prints and some card backs and cut out 2 dozen card bases. Now I can easily make a couple of cards in the next 30 minute window.
I can square the back and get a quilt loaded in 30 minutes. That one surprised me.
I can also plan a new project.
Uh oh. That was not supposed to happen.
More about this on another day!
What can you do in 30 minutes?