I’m a smart gal, but I don’t always think smart.
For example: No matter how much I want to get up early and how much I have to do, in that cozy bed it seems like a really good idea to "just rest" one more minute. Thirty minutes later, I’m feeling pretty dumb.
For example: Not taking 30 seconds to put my reusable bags all the way into the van but leaving them on the bench instead, then picking them all up five times after John spreads them around. Not such a timesaver.
For example: All the things I leave on my counter just so I get around to doing them, which I constantly have to move around just to function in the kitchen. Not so smart.
I’m learning, and after Andrea of Simple Organized Living left here yesterday, I had a lot of thoughts. While making lunch (time kept marching on!), I captured some thoughts in this video:
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Later today I’ll post a kitchen tour and some ideas Andrea shared that I’m putting into practice immediately.
Where’s your faulty thinking?
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