I have a tendency to think up fun little projects, and either not start them, or get almost done, and quit.
Some projects that I have in the works:
wool dryer balls - round one of felting complete
a closet curtain for the kids - bought the fabric
doll clothes for Elizabeth- again, acquiring more and more fabric
a quilt for a relative - bought the material (twice, since the mice chewed on it in storage)
upcyclced wool diaper covers - bought the cheap sweaters!
homemade dishwashing detergent - I have some of the hard to get supplies, but I haven't taken the time to buy the easy stuff and just mix it up.
I know I have others sitting around that I have forgotten about.
I just procrastinate. Sometimes, I have a project almost completed, and then I think, well, it'll just take a little bit to finish it, so I'll do that later. (?!?)
An example of this last one - I had finally decided on a particular online purchase after hours of looking, comparing, and waffling. I had it in the shopping cart, and I almost got up to go do something else, because I could "just come back to it later." I saw the flawed thinking, and decided to just go ahead and finish it. I spent this long on it already. Another 3 minutes would not suddenly change anything.
I have other things that are really for other people that I need to finish, but haven't. A big one is finishing the drawings for a new storage area for youth camp/ministries supplies. I took the measurements. I just need to haul out my graph paper and plot out some very simple plans. We can't build unless I have the plans done. Slacker me.
The kids' room is waiting for me to finish painting. Jude has some work to do in there before I can paint one wall, but the rest of the room I could do. But I haven't.
Sometimes, I get caught up in trying to decide which one to work on first. Since I struggle to prioritize, I just don't do any of them. That is a fast road to nothing done.
This weekend, I will work on the storage plans. Those have the most impact on other people being able to complete a project. I will get it done!