I found this video on a site I visited and I love it. I especially like the quote “Actions indicate priorities” by Gandhi.
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I fell off the wagon…
I made it eight days into 2012 before I fell off the wagon. No, not the liquor wagon or the food wagon (food cart?)… Actually, I don’t know the origin of that phrase “off the wagon,” so if I’m mixing metaphors as I go on, sorry about that. I generally have a pretty good grasp … Continue reading
What do babies have to do with blog buttons?
In my last post I threw out the idea that I’d make a button for those of us participating in the 365 Days to Simplicity (I’ll make a grungier button for those of you who don’t want something cutesy- maybe the “Purge” one?). I also casually mentioned that I didn’t know how to make the … Continue reading
365 Days to Simplicity. or the 365 Day Purge. or the Quest for Less.
I crave simple, yet I add more to my life. It makes no sense. However, I have a new plan (does that count as adding something new, since my plan is actually to be reducing?) that will help to simplify my world. I wrote about it in my Drop in the Bucket List post and it’s … Continue reading
365 Project… like I need something else I’m supposed to do EVERY DAY
At first glance starting a new project that requires me to perform yet another task on a daily basis may not seem like such a great idea to the realists out there. But, if I based all my goals on total realism rather than optimism, I’m not sure what I’d put on my list. Plus, … Continue reading
Off to a good start
It’s only one day into the new year, but I’m off to a good start on my drop in the Bucket List. I’ve already gotten right on item #3 and cleansed my house of not one, but TWO items (I know, I’m such an over achiever… ha!). The two pairs of shoes were pretty easy … Continue reading
My drop in the Bucket List
I will be going to a New Year’s Eve party and doing all the New Yearsy celebrating like many others. We’ll play games, eat snacks, toast at midnight,etc., but this year there’s a new game. We’re all expected to come with a list of five of our New Year’s resolutions, which we will then use … Continue reading