An unkept promise…

Hello, dear readers (To all 12-37 of you). If you’ve been following my recent posts you may know I’ve begun writing really short stories in addition to my daily posts (400-500 words they can be found here). Know I’ve said I would write one every day for 10 days in a previous post. But I forgot to take Pesach cleaning into account and am a little fatigued. As I have many personal projects in the works I would like to apologize for not writing one today (to the 3 people who actually follow them) and for making a promise I can’t keep. I will probably put less effort into blog-related content for the next 2-3 weeks but will continue with the daily posts. I will also limit side posts such as the stories to 1 or 2 a week.

Regardless, the one promise I won’t break is the promise to write a post every day. So despite my preoccupation here is what I can put together for today.

10 Reasons Taking On Origami As A Hobby Can Make you Feel Better/Improve Your Mental State (Many things here aren’t specific to Origami)

  1. You can decorate your living space with something you produced yourself.
  2. There is a sense of order in your work.
  3. You have a sense of improvement
  4. If you don’t try things too far beyond your level it rewards or fulfills perfectionism
  5. It can be done cheaply
  6. You can impress others
  7. It rewards patience
  8. You can better appreciate the work of experts, you gain an appreciation for a new form of art.
  9. You can use it as a vessel to learn or apply some math and geometry.
  10. You’re less likely to touch your face when you’re using your hands for something else
  11. It’s something that if you put enough time into it can bring about a flow state. It’s a form of art that doesn’t just allow but rewards imitation as training.

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