I've been in a bit of crocheting rut lately. I let myself get down about how the blog's going (I don't get compensated in any way for this blog, so it's easy to fall down the external validation rabbit hole, since there's not really anything else to reward my efforts). But then I remembered some really excellent advice I got from my creative writing professor, back in the day. He told us to just write what we would want to read; doing what interests you will always give better results than trying to please your audience. So I decided to get back to something I love with my next crochet project and make myself a eukaryotic cell pillow. Biology nerd for life!
It's finally starting to actually feel like spring around these parts (thank goodness). The snow has melted, the days are warmer, and the trees are starting to bud. I even saw some dandelions today! To celebrate the end of the winter doldrums, my toddler and I made this fun flower wreath for our door. It's a cute, simple craft that's basically free, since it's made from things that were just going into the dumpster anyway. What's not to love?
Thank you for stopping by to visit my own personal corner of the web! Feel free to take a look around and check out what I've been crafting, crocheting, or baking. Hopefully you'll find something to inspire your own creativity!