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One way to clean up unfinished projects is to send them to the trash, whether orphaned stitching or writing. But I have learned by being too brutal with clean-up, things I think I don’t need or won’t use, inevitably find a purpose when it’s too late to undo “delete.” I’m not prone to regret and can learn from my mistakes. So I’ve decided to rely on a bit of recycling by reviewing several unpublished (and undeleted) posts whose stream-of-consciousness spewing had failed to steep or distill the lessons hidden within. I miss working on my blog and so revisiting these bits of writing is one way to steal time for storytelling, starting now. Time to consider: Do I really need three projects going

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