This week, it’s time to deal with your “too much stuff” situation. Each day this week, find ten things you can get rid of. It can be legitimate trash, broken stuff, clothes that are unwearable, near-empty bottles of stuff that can be used up, whatever. The point is to find ten extra things every day and get them recycled, donated, or thrown out.
I will do this
- Wash the dishes in your sink
- Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
- Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
- Make your lunch
- Put your keys somewhere obvious
- Wash your face and brush your teeth
- Charge your electronics
- Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
- Set your alarm
- Go to bed at a reasonable hour
Photo taken from Stirling Castle to Abbey Craig, Scotland
Photo source: Pinterest
Shipping forecast regions
I grew up listening to radio 4, i heard all the shipping forecasts in my second language, english. Moderate to good….. as a three year old i could not makecsense of it, but the sound still calms me.
I am so happy to come across this map, now the names mean something to me.
My first very low key solo performance. I have developed some buff arm muscles while hooping for a year.
This week, every time you’re in a room, do at least one thing to improve it. That can be wiping down a counter, throwing away a few pieces of garbage, putting an item or two away, or hanging up some clothes. Nothing should take more than a minute or two at a time, but the cumulative effect will probably surprise you.
Photo by Ann-Marie Westwood Loch is the Irish and Scottish Gaelic word for a lake and a sea inlet.