This post is one I refer to often when I feel down on myself. It’s not really “money saving” but it is sanity saving!
I hear from people A LOT that they tried to learn, but just got so frustrated that they put their project away and never went back to it.
Let me just say, I can empathize with you there.
Right now I am posting on my blog because a harmless little Halloween dress I was making for my daughter got the best of me. It’s pretty much done, but it’s flawed.
My friend Katie would tell me that no one would ever catch the flaw. She’s been one of my biggest cheerleaders with this sewing thing and she’ll tell random people in the hall at work (we work for a church) that I make clothes.
My first instinct is always to add a disclaimer whenever she does “oh I do, but I’m not that good” or “Oh I just mainly make clothes for my daughter”. I get nervous that if I’m hyped up to much, people will inevitably be disappointed in me. It’s a confidence thing.Wait…it’s a LACK of confidence thing.
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