I made great progress yesterday trying to get my life back in order. It’s amazing what a few hours of “me time” will get you. I would have preferred a bit more, but you can’t always get what you want. At least now, I don’t feel nearly as overwhelmed as before.
I was able to figure out what I still have on my plate; projects that are not done, those that are finished and even some that I would like to do but haven’t launched yet. There is always so much to do, isn’t there? Seems to be the story of my life. But if I didn’t have anything to do, then I would be bored out of my mind.
Purging is a very cathartic thing. I have about 3 big bags of garbage to take out to the dumpster. Not that I am a slob or anything, I just have a lot of stuff that on occasion gets out of control. Even though I made a big dent in it, there is more to get rid of; at least now I don’t feel like it’s putting a choke hold on me. Some of you must feel the same way from time to time I bet.
Frankly, it’s our stuff that gets us into trouble sometimes. So much of it and for what? Do we really need it all? In some respects, probably; but for most of us, I don’t think so. Even now as I sit here and write this, I am looking at what is left over and imagining it all gone. If only I had the time to finish those projects!
Just one step at a time Susan. One step at a time.
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