Being stuck at home is the perfect opportunity to get into a new hobby
I have this little DIY project going on since I found some old yarn that I got from my dear grandmother. I am making a little baby-sized rug for Dylan’s room. It really feels great to be working with my hands every evening before going to bed, the repetition of the physical movements is almost a meditative feeling that makes me so calm and relaxed. Or maybe I’m just grateful for a distraction at the moment as there is a virus going round Stockholm which means I’ve been cooped up in the house for days as I can’t take Dylan to any public areas. Whatever it is, I have a new hobby and knitting and making pompoms of yarn is keeping me busy and zen this January.
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