I’m patting myself on the back right now for taking my own advice.
I was looking at my schedule for the week and I realized just how much time I was planning to devote to things I didn’t want to do.
Obviously *some* of those things need to be done anyway (glerg, grocery shoppping) but some of them are things that need to be done at some point (sigh, reorganizing two shelves in the basement to make it easier to find things, for example) but definitely don’t need to be done this week. I was unconsciously pushing myself to get them done as if the holidays were some kind of deadline for household order.*
Even if I were having a crowd over for the holidays, those basement shelves and the other organizing tasks on my list would still not have to be done this week.
Soooo, I dropped those ‘do at some point’ things right off my schedule.
And now I have more space for fun things and interesting things and things that actually need to be done this week.
Weird how that works, hey? Getting rid of unnecessary things on my schedule made space for more enjoyable things. Who knew?
In the space I created by not having to take time to schedule those tasks, I tried this upper body warm up video.
I enjoyed it but I just held the neck stretches instead of alternating them so quickly.
And here’s our meditation for today. I looked for a short one that promised mental space but apparently creating mental space requires 10-15 minutes. I’m not ready for a meditation of that length yet so I chose this one instead.
Whether you did these videos, dropped something from your to do list, or created space in another way, I wish you ease and rest today.
Here’s your star for your efforts: ⭐️
*This whole pre-holiday cleaning/organizing business is something I need to consciously work to get out of my system. Sure, it’s swell to do a re-set of my house every so often but it sure as hell doesn’t have to be in December.