Misery loves company.
P.S. Start with the garbage!
The problem is that reality makes the to-do list into a vast loop.
Imagine an analog clock face overlaid on top of your room. Start at 12 and work your way around. It will look chaotic for a bit, but by the time you get to 8 or 9 it will fall into place. And just focus in the little thing you have to do and then move on to the next little thing and soon, with a lot of little things doe, the big thing will be finished. And thanks to Marilyn Hobson for teaching this to me way back in the Jurassic Age.
That is how I feel about the weeds in my yard. ( 1.3 acres ) If I work in one spot, that means I am ignoring the others. So I work a little here and there and never get anything finished.
I excavated my kitchen table today (the debris was about shoulder height.) A satisfying day’s work!
Is that the same room? And she said she didn’t know where “they” went. Is Alix a “they”?
Call 1-800-GOTJUNK and they’re haul it away
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