I stumbled across a brilliant blog post while flicking through my Facebook feed recently that I think you will really love. It really resonated with me. I was so happy to say goodbye to 2015 and welcomed 2016 with open arms. When I saw this blog post I just had to read it and I think you should too. The post was written by The Rural Woman – a blog I have recently discovered. The post is all about accountability and I definitely needed to read this. You can read it HERE. If you like what you read you will see some links to other posts about accountability at the bottom of that article, they are really quite interesting.
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And some inspiration to help you get on track this year…
So we are back on line here at Chardy HQ. Thanks for the hints and tips on troubleshooting – I ended up turning off the modem and the router for a little while and firing them back up…. the internet did work… sort of – very very slow but better than what it was.
We had a very quiet weekend which was lovely… I am getting organised and doing my yearly de-clutter. I want to get sorted so I can’t start the year off on the right foot and feel in control. I have taken so many bags of rubbish and junk to the dump and gee it feels good. I am nearly done. I even did the linen cupboard/bathroom cupboard and drawers yesterday. Sent a heap of sheets over to the workshop for them to use as rags… I have no idea how I end up with odd sheets – bit like socks around here – how does one lose a pillow case or a whole fitted sheet?? Is there a sheet and sock monster at your house too? Anyway, there were so many sheets etc clogging up the cupboard and I NEVER used them, so out they went, feels so much better – really does clear you mind.
If you need some motivation you can read a post I did at the beginning of last year about getting sorted… read it HERE and HERE and HERE … and lets just remember Merrill’s Motto: “Don’t put it down, put it away!”
Happy Tuesday to you all.
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