I want to write a few things about what I have learned this year of making anything before it ends.
Finding a way to receive feedback helps me follow through on projects. Interactions of feeding and feed-backing refresh motivations.
This relates to why I stopped wiring everyday for this blog after September. I did not need to publish to have a monologue, which I have a plenty of on my own without allocating the time to do it openly. Feedback encourages me to feed again and helps me keep at the project. It is the best if I can make the situation where it is almost impossible to stop. Salon at Forest is a good example of involving others and let project take its own life. It is difficult to keep at it if I work quietly without relating to others because if it is only to satisfy myself I can always decide that I have already satisfied. There will be always moments that what I would do seems meaningless and worthless, even if on a bright day I would know that 1 - it is meaningful and worthwhile and 2 - whether it is meaningful or worthy is not an important question.
Also deadlines are good and practical motivations that work. It is a good reason to decide if 1 - I quit it, or 2 - I complete it. Sadly deadlines work better for me if they were made with others.