"The term soft addiction was coined by Judith Sewell Wright to describe activities, moods or ways of being, avoidances, and things-edible and consumable but which do not pose a grave health disease risk - rather, they have the most effect on personal time and productivity."
For me the knowledge of my soft addiction is reinforced by certain things:
- buying beads just because I want them and have no particular project in mind;
- buying beads and then forgetting all about them until the next tidy up;
- buying beads just because they are on sale and are a good price.
- coming across packets of beads in illogical places - such as the bathroom;
|Vintage jet with crystal rhinestone|
These measure 18mm by 13mm and I remember buying them just because I had never seen them before (oh yeah that should be on my soft addiction list too).
Now what to do with them? I decided on some earrings because I hardly ever do earrings.