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Push, push it real good....

Thursday, June 30, 2016

I got to man. I got to keep pushing forward. Even if it isn't perfect, even if it's ugly. I have to keep moving, I have to keep trying. I'm so happy that I managed to do my workout last night. A couple of weeks ago I didn't think I would be here, but I am. Also, yesterday I read a blog about purging from a friend of mine. I didn't really purge clothes, but I tackled something that's been driving me up a wall. My sons toys. I put a tarp on the floor in the garage and I had Gibson put every single toy in his room in totes and I took them out and dumped them on the tarp. He did it without once complaining. I was so proud of him. I asked him to fill a laundry hamper with donate items today while I am at work. I think he was honestly happy to have all of that out of his room. I think it had gotten overwhelming for him too and he will have a lot more fun once it's cleaned up. The plan is to empty the hamper into boxes and then I will fill the hamper with things I want gone. He wants to have a free yard sale for kids in need (he doesn't want them to have to pay) so we will then work on a way to do that. We talked about donating it to a church, but he really wants to see the children pick things out for themselves I think. We will see.

Tonight I once again plan to do 15 minutes of cardio. I see no issues with getting this done.

Have a wonderful Thursday and I'll talk to you again soon.
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    Sounds so great. I love that he just wants to give them away. So cute.

    If you get enough stuff together and can have a yard sale, do it, and then he can give them to kids.
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    Yay!!! You got in your workout last night! You are on a roll!
    1025 days ago
    I think it is great that you are teaching your son to give!
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