Stop starting new projects

Outside I have a number of projects waiting for me and better weather:

and probably more I'm forgetting about.

A neighbor was giving away some bamboo poles this week which would have made a nice trellis but then I realized I'm not going to get to them until much later. I have no space to store them and my projects list is already way too long.

Each of us has a limit to how many projects we can have taking up space. Even purely-digital projects require time, money, and attention to keep around. They don't take up physical space, but mental space.

The hard part is to stop collecting new projects and focus on finishing the ones you have (or quitting them in favor of better ones).

Eric Davis

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