Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Today, my self-imposed yarn diet is officially over. I have successfully made it six months without buying yarn! And for the last few months, I haven't even found it that challenging. I am discovering that I can exist without buying yarn. So here's my problem. Part of me feels like I should allow myself to splurge on some yarn, to celebrate my successful yarn diet. But part of me also feels like I should keep going to test my yarn diet endurance. Really, my reasons for instituting the yarn diet have not changed. Our finances are still tight, and I still do not have much time to knit, due to working full time, going to school part time, and building a house. So, should I try to make this an extended yarn diet, or should I allow myself to buy yarn for one project that I really want to make, and then see if I can go another six months? Any thoughts?