I might try revising it - up until I begin to think about why I am doing what I am doing, and opt to keep it to myself. [Most of my stuff barely makes it past a sentence or two. ]
[When it comes to work, all I need do is capture tender details into a layout that has been given to me and changed according to what my superiors want. This is a routine job,
and one that is difficult to make a hash of. And so far, none of the people on my tenders mailing list have grumbled about what I send out. In my childhood and as a teenager,
a had a perfectionistic streak, but I grew out of that after I matriculated. ]
When working on something, do you stop when it is good enough for what it is needed for, or do you put in extra hours to try to blow the socks off of whoever you will be presenting the work to?