I'm having a bit of a late spring clean of my hobby area and supplies. I've lacked focus when it comes to my hobby output recently and I want to get it under control again. I'm packing up a lot of my miniatures and parts, I'm flitting between projects and ideas far too much, the fallout of which being nothing is actually getting finished.
So I'm trying to be strict on myself, I'm allowing myself a single shelf of current projects. Which I can replenish when I've cleared space upon it. (It's not likely to work, I know me, but I might be better at it than I have been recently). The second empty shelf in the pic below is for my other-halfs projects she's starting on.
The major pain at the moment is trawling through all the bits boxes and tubs that are scattered all over the hobby room, the picture below is literally the tiniest tip of the gargantuan iceberg. There was an incident involving all the model parts a while back, my kids knocked over a huge stack of boxes and tons of parts from lots of different ranges were spilled all over the grey carpet. I've only just worked up the nerve to go through all the parts and sort them out.
I've made some headway in the organising and I took on board the advice I asked for on the blog a while back. Storing parts in clearly labeled boxes etc.
I've got stacks of sandwhich boxes, take away tubs and sectioned boxes waiting to be filled. It's taking an age, but it should make things an awful lot easier in the long run.
It may be quiet for a little bit around the blog while I try and slog through this extremely dull job. But I shall return as soon as able and hopefully you'll begin to see all the little projects I've started and left to linger in hobby butterfly limbo.
*sigh* back to it, if I want to scale plastic/lead mountain I have to prepare for the journey first.
Take care everybody, I'll be back soon.