These include: a set of grapey textured beads that just got some ochre highlights after sitting around here for ages ( now I like them), a new layered pendant ( how did that sneak in there before the old junk - tsk tsk), some pods I reworked because I really didn't like them ( better now), some layered, old and mysterious looking stacked triangles that I didn't like til I took the alcohol pen to them ( alcohol pens, my new best friends, I think that rhymes...), post earrings I 've had finished for yonks and haven't been quite sure about (only one way to test that out - list them, dammit!), a striped flat oval set which I 've been dithering about because they don't quite look like the ones I was supposed to remake ( so what, maybe they are actually better than the first ones...), and the list goes on.
Then the individual problems, now hopefully solved!
As I write this out it's actually a little frightening to see the amount of dither and worry that is generated by this stuff. Don't efficiency experts tell you that you should only handle a piece of paper once? I must have handled some of these pieces dozens of times in trying to decide what to do about them, this is not interesting productive or efficient....
I think facing at least a few of my dilemmas on Bead Table Wednesdays could be helpful. To say the least.