It really doesn't bother her to let them sit there overnight or for a few days while she's obsessed with more interesting projects. She's always listening and observing, so will pick up on small things and spare no effort in finding or making the perfect gift for you.
She likes things that are well-made and high-quality as much as the next person, but she's not really materialistic.
Really, this is a bonus for you because she will understand (or not notice) when you are busy and won't be all up in your grill.13.
But there is always the fear, Resistance as Pressfield calls it, that they don’t have what it takes.Keep this in mind as your partner goes through these natural ebbs and flows. Some people are inclined to think that if nothing is being said that there is something wrong, but with creative people that is not the case. When a creative person is on task, they are fiercely intense. What doesn’t seem like a big deal to you, can be crushing to them.The change from being scatter-brained to hyper-focused can be difficult to deal with, so just understand that it is how their brains work. It’s that same passion that goes into whatever they create that drives them to love you, so understand that with the good – comes the bad.I once dated an artist/musician who told me after a first date that my songs reminded him of "a female Bruce Springsteen! Until I learned a few weeks later how much he despised Bruce Springsteen. There's a difference between being stumped for ideas and being lazy.11. It always a little creepy to go to someone's place for the first time and realize there are no books. And enough space and time alone to work on creative projects.If you have time to swipe through Tinder matches, you have time to read. This shouldn't be a problem unless you're a stage 5 clinger.