Monday, January 5th, 2015
THINKING ABOUT BEGINNING TO START TO TRY TO COMMIT
Not a big deal. Just a nagging thought that piques my interest–sort of.
Let’s call it TEN IN TEN.
I’ll explain soon.
First, please remember that I have written about the downside of fresh starts.
They can reek of perfection that kills commitment.
Fresh starts are a procrastinators delight.
Still, I’m wondering about a jump start go getting ready for new.
There’s some new book out there about de-cluttering and its beyond spiritual
benefits. Hug your shoes as you discard them and embrace open space as you create it. I hope you know that this strikes me funny and maybe true too.
Anyway, here is what I’m beginning to think about starting to trying to commit to do. Maybe.
I wonder what it would be like to throw out, give away, take to the Goodwill store ten things for ten days in a row. Large or small. You know my Rule of Ten theory to assuage guilt and induce small productivity. (I think I must be a type A lazy person.)
Anyway, think about it with me. If I commit, I’ll post photos on Facebook.
If I remember to try to think about learning how to do that.