Definitions of Work

Two quick ideas…

1) Learning new things is work

2) Making beautiful things, even if they are flawed and just for you, is work too

I “learned to knit” in the last few weeks–my friend taught me first, then I got a book and looked at videos online. I cast on and have knit probably  twenty rows since last night. I am inordinately proud of myself.

Fun things can be work too!

I will probably post more about crafts, and the so-called domestic arts, because I have a massive fascination with the domestic arts, but I also have a lot of ideas of women’s work, and issues surrounding the latent sexism in a variety of women dominated professions.


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