I am going to clean out my refrigerator. I am. Wish me luck!
Did I mention we have a new puppy? Puppies are exhausting. Cute, but OMG what were we thinking?
Quick question: WHY do I feel the need to leave my home especially when I have work to do here? Everything is a mess, so of course (?), it’s time to go to the grocery store, or run some other errand.
I am not certain what I had intended to do with this site, but surely it can serve some kind of purpose, right?
Today, I am putting down a few things for accountability.
- clean out the refrigerator
- five minutes of meditation
- five minutes of activity (I know that doesn’t seem very ambitious, but maybe starting small will get me where I need to be)
- find a job
- paint kitchen
- clean out garage
Okay, internet, wish me luck! 😉
Well, hello there, Monday. This is going to be a busy week, and I want to hit the ground running, literally and figuratively. Because this year, my Word of the Year is ACTION, and I need to incorporate a lot more of that into my daily routine, both from a physical fitness perspective and from a ‘get sh!t done” perspective. I usually do well on day 1 of my ever-new resolve. It’s the days after that, that always seem to trip me up.
Things I want/need to do today:
- study driving manual for CDL permit
- cook butternut squash for soup (to freeze)
- make dinner
- dentist appointment
- clothes-shopping for middle kiddo
- exercise | meditation | water | meds
- play with kittens (“socialization”)
- laundry | vacuum | bathroom tidying
- weekly meal plan
- clean out frig
- brush Simon the Super Dog
So there. I’ll check back later and report on my progress. In a perfect day, I’d do the things on my list and still have time to focus on the trouble spots in my home…which, at the moment, are not really defined because it’s all a bit of a disorganized and cluttered mess. Not to level: hoarders, but still – I have a lot to do.
EDIT for end of day (or close enough):
I made decent progress, but missed the two key items on my list. I delegated a couple, and completed most of the rest. Not bad, really.
Perhaps more importantly, I made some healthier-than-usual choices today which I’m proud of. Progress feels good!