When I was young, embroidered tea towels taught the discipline of daily and seasonal tasks. Embroidered scenes told me Monday was for washing clothes, Tuesday was for ironing, Wednesday for mending etc. Or, they depicted seasonal tasks like Spring cleaning, Summer vacationing, Fall for back to school and getting ready for holidays. Generally we still participate in some of these actions, but my retired lifestyle's seasonal rhythms are a bit different. I have no one in school, and I am free to go on a vacation whenever I like.
The reason for my Autumn exhaustion and 'no blogging' this past Fall was the seasonal rhythm of my business craft show season, (not to mention a busy personal life with the holidays). The coming Winter season is my time to change gears from arts and crafts--working with my hands--to returning to some serious writing. I am working on a revision of my first novel and hope to finish by Spring. In late March, although I will be still write, I will take a vacation and begin spending my time to be outdoors, taking walks and engaging in photography again.
I love Spring--it invigorates my creative juices like an Artesian well spring--as the earth blossoms, so hopefully does my creativity!
Well, I won't go on, you get the idea. I try to write a bit everyday, as a discipline, and this is my start for this season! What does your seasonal rhythm look like? What do you do to make the transition from one season to the next? Hope this Winter season will be a great season for you, regardless of the weather!