This week I'm going to organize my closets and drawers at home and make a list ranking my priorities for the week at work. I have a lot of multiple projects going on at work right now and this is causing a lot of stress.
~ Marcia (Central Time)
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I have a few things I need to get done before I head back to work. Because I have summers off, I try to do more "projects" around the house. Its when I do my intense "spring" cleaning. I have two things left, finish my outdoor chairs and get the chair rail cut for my boys' bathroom. That's my goal for this week.
"If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” -Albert Einstein
Since I was horrified to find out what my fiance was feeding himself at work each day last week, I am doing the planning my meals and getting all the food for the week goal - I told him I'd make his lunches and breakfasts for him. We are off to a good day 1, but beyond breakfasts, I don't have a plan for the rest of the week yet. Time to get started!
For this Eliminate Stressors challenge choose one or more of the following mini challenges and let us know what you've chosen to work on this week.
Eliminate Stressors: Create a financial budget Create a calendar noting important events Organize your home: (complete or work toward at least one thing per day) -- Delegate chores -- Plan meals and shop for the upcoming week -- Deep clean your house/hire a housecleaner -- Home repairs (fix leaky faucet, burned out light bulb, cracks in walls -- Organize your closets/storage room/pantry/ junk drawers) Complete your personal “to do list”, i.e. make doctor appointments, plan a vacation, join a gym, etc. Triage your work load Choose your own goal
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