Friday, 18 May 2012

SOS ---- I have seriously lost my MOJO!


I have never lost my Mojo before!
I have searched everywhere and will continue to wait patiently but I hope it comes back soon!
I miss it so much!!

14 comments:

  1. I think alot of people have.. atleast in the folks i know.. the happiness is waaayyy down.

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  3. Hi Linda. i think everyone goes through stages when they lose their mojo. Here's some suggestions I've read, and I hope they work for you:
    1-one day each week, take yourself out on a date:- explore a new store, sit at an outdoor cafe, go to a museum, attend a concert
    2- go for a walk by yourself every day
    3-journal
    4- go to a fabric store and handle the different fabrics, yarns, threads etc.
    5- read a new-to-you magazine
    6- go to a bead shop and play
    7- listen to your favourite music
    8- watch a 'chick flick'
    9- hang out with children
    Maybe they'll help. If not, sounds like a fun way to spend a couple days....... ;-)

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  4. Your Mojo is probably just taking a little rest...you have had quite a remarkable year! I love them little Mojo Sweeties I could buy 4 for a penny when I was little! xxx

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  5. Thank you so much Mary Mary and Knitting Nix --
    What lovely people there are in my little bit of Blogland. Lovely supportive comments and ideas!
    I think a few hours sorting my Crafty space here in Spain may just be what I need.
    Suztats I will definitely try some of those lovely ideas and In the Sky -- you are so right about these last few months!
    Love to you all

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  6. I think many people are feeling depleted at the moment. I like winter and so do not feel depressed about rough weather but for some reason the rain has got me down this month and left me lethargic and definitely without mojo. With me its a case of my mind is enthusiastic but I can't get myself in to gear to actually put any of my ideas into practise. Maybe the sun and change of scenery in Spain will help. Lily. xxx

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  7. Thanks Lily -- It is lovely to see you here and thank you so much for leaving a comment xx

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  8. I, too, have caught the "crafty-crud." No new project appeals to me yet. I blame my hard-core winter crochet binge for the burn-out. (My goodness! Can I use another hypen?!) lol.

    Spring and Fall have always been my seasons of down-time. (Why, seems I can!) The change in the weather, the new chores (like prepping garden beds and other outdoor projects), and simply needing the mental break to assess my crochet projects from last year vs. what I was to venture into this year.

    And realizing (and accepting) that I've always worked in spurts! It's okay for each of us to feed our creativity in our own ways. I believe that may be what makes our projects so unique; that they are linked to our individual spirits and the way we approach life in general. Horray for being unique in this world of billions!

    ~ t.

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