We all have bad habits.
As a kid, I would play with my bangs and drive my dad nuts. I rubbed my elbows on my desk until they were black. (Thankfully, that habit has long been overcome.)
I also would sneak a flashlight under my bed covers to read at night after lights out. Is that a bad habit?
As an adult, I have a habit of stacking new magazines to read and then forgetting to read them. Sort of bad.
I put a load of laundry in the wash and forget it’s there until the next morning. Really bad.
I can let a few months go by without checking my bank statements. Pretty bad.
Another bad habit? I love to shop flea markets and estate sales, garage sales, yard sales and antique malls. (I told you about this last week when I shared my bird cage make over.) Somehow it’s a bad habit I just don’t want to break.
Aren’t you glad? Now I can show you a few more recent purchases ~ some will be projects that require paint or sanding or a screwdriver or some imaginative thought. That’s O.K. Isn’t that what makes life fun and creative and challenging?
And you get to put on your imagination hat, too. Because I need some suggestions.