Aargh! I haven't used this topic in far too long. Notice I'm being kind to myself and making this one for Mar-Apr. Today: impeccably organized bag for work. Only problem: I left a key folder on the dining room table where I was studying it. Not to worry; I've made it just fine so far without it.
After nearly a month of being away, daughter moving across the country, and big workload, "I'm so far behind, I think I'm first!" Not original with me; I spotted it a in co-worker's cubicle.
Bright idea: GET HELP. Why is it so hard to a) admit you need help and b) ask for it? I did both and hired Char Lady for three hours. This dear soul is a pleasure to work with, doesn't make me feel bad about my mess, does everything beyond thorough. :-) My chandelier is sparkling, the tops of the lightbulbs in my bathroom mirror have no dust on them. My goal is to simplify my home till I can manage it in spite of work schedule.
"Voluntary simplicity is not about deprivation or sacrifice; it's about discovering what is enough." quoted in AARP
FL - Eastern Standard Time
"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop." Confucius
| Pounds lost: 3.5