Over Fixing – A Common Pit-fall
One of the biggest problems I seem to have when I go through my proofs is over-correcting things.
Fiddling too much.
Often, as I read it through the proofs, I’ll change something. Something slight.
Later, when I read it over again, I'll change it back.
Then change it again.
Only to go back to the original.
If you know you’ve put in concentrated effort during all the previous stages of the work, then trust yourself, and don’t succumb to the temptation to make too many changes. Sometimes you can spoil a work by messing too much. Making the changes as elegant and slight as possible is a way of honouring your original vision.