Sewing Habit for Recreation

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    MadamLCas
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    The goal is to be able to make nice gifts for birthdays and special occasions by sewing. It’ll be a nice, heartwarming gesture. I’m someone who cares for the family and wants to regularly remind them how much they mean to me. If I can sew, I’ll be able to show them that when the right days come around.

    #5203
    Ofpad
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    Hi, Lucienne! As you proceed with the Habit Challenge, you’ll be armed with everything you need to make sewing a daily habit. There’s no doubt that you’ll be great at it, given time.

    #5336
    MadamLCas
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    The smallest way to start my habit is to practice sewing for 1 Hour a day, though that will mean finishing an item will take much longer. I don’t know yet if I have to break the habit into sets because I don’t know how far I can go before I get tired yet. Being retired, I have as much time as I need. All I need to make sure of is that I can finish stuff in time for birthdays and special occasions. I will, however, limit the habit to a total of 4 hours a day, because I want to do other things as well.

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    Ofpad
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    Hey there, Lucienne! What really matters is that:

    1. You start small and set an upper limit
    2. You increase the intensity of the habit on a regular basis
    3. You stay consistent so that you do the habit by following a schedule
    4. You break your habits into sets when it gets too big
    5. You stop increasing the intensity of the habit when it gets too big to maintain.

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