Weekly Simplicity Tips
Welcome to this week’s issue of Weekly Simplicity Tips.
Our first snow of the season didn’t last long. It melted in time for my family to take a few long hikes.
Me sending milkweed fluff into the air
- Put all your clothes away and finish the laundry cycles completely.
- Make sure you have all the necessary gear for the upcoming season (gloves, swimsuit, hat)
- Plan the Thanksgiving menu and if it’s at your house ask for help.
- Fix anything that is annoying you in the kitchen.
- Scan or photograph some of the cards you want to keep so you don’t have many to store.
- Order freebies now, to get them in time for stocking stuffers.
- Hold hands for your blood pressure (and because it’s fun.)
Starts Monday Nov. 14th
For the past couple years, I have gone from seeing time as a tyrannical task master to seeing time as an abstract concept. It’s fluid and subjective.
- I rarely rush even when I think I will be late.
- I no longer have to do lists that seize me up as soon as I look at them.
- I know the difference between Soft Time and Hard Time
- My priorities are actual priorities
- I listen to my intution more when finding my next to do
- I have quit my over-planning tendency
Just the other day a friend and I were lost in Grand Rapids, MI. She said, "I am so glad you aren’t getting all upset that we will be late for the concert." Time just isn’t a concept I like to get upset about anymore.
I want to help you change your whole relationship with time.
The class is coming up Monday, the 14th, so if this interests you sign up now!