It really does not matter what type of recreational activity a person decides to pursue, there always seems to be distractions that take a bite out of opportunities for personal enjoyment. Finding time to crochet fits this category well, as tending to job, home, family, friends and a hundred other aspects of daily life can be problematic in the world of the crafter. Achieving a healthy balance can be tricky to most, and downright impossible to some.
Believe it or not, personality plays a big role in finding time to crochet simply because we each have a unique way we arrange and go about our lives. Some folks procrastinate, some go over the top in aggressive behavior while others stick to the middle of the road. In any case the key to finding the time to crochet resides in wise time management, by making a conscious effort to complete the business of life to enable recreation.
In addition to making space in your schedule for periods dedicated solely to crochet there are small windows to get projects accomplished in short spurts. Every crocheter should have a ready "to go" bag with all of the supplies necessary for a few favored small projects that can be completed quickly like gloves, socks or slippers. This can be worked on in the waiting room at doctor's visits (or any other waiting situation for that matter) on public transportation or as a car passenger. Try this and you'll be pleasantly surprised at an instant increase in the number of "smalls" that will be completed monthly.
Just another fan of free crochet patterns of all types and styles looking to share the gifts of those that are creative and kind.