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Productive Morning

May 25th, 2014 at 08:48 am

Based on my new definition of productive, which is: spending at least twenty minutes getting rid of clutter.

Yesterday morning I sorted out one of the shelves in the cabinet/display unit in the livingroom. Today I tackled the other two. Some of the things I had to do to tidy up/declutter were so simple: put the camcorder back in its case (I'm not sure when it was last used), throw away old receipts and bus tickets, put medicine in the bathroom.

It's not even 10am yet and I've got a beef casserole cooking in the slow cooker for tonight's dinner. I'm feeling really organised today.

I'm not sure how much I'll get done tomorrow; I've got a scan tomorrow morning so I will be out of the house for a few hours. At this point though - almost 36 weeks into my pregnancy - I'll be pleased if I am able to spend more than ten minutes getting rid of clutter.

4 Responses to “Productive Morning”

  1. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Oh, you are so close to Birth Day!

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Great job! A little each day fuels you to keep going.

  3. Banker Gurl Says:

    Good job! Always feels good to get things done early in the day then you have that good feeling of accomplishment with you all day!

  4. snafu Says:

    Good on you for getting dinner in the crockpot, the display cabinet 'sorted,' camcorder returned to it's case and likely it's correct home, putting medicine in the bathrm and throwing out receipts. If you can set a timer and do this daily it will quickly become routine and your home will stay tidy in spite of new baby sleep deprived mom and visitors trouping through.

    I hope it's ok to suggest you check with your pharmacist as how to best store prescriptions and medicine as a hot, steamy bathrm can cause items to deteriorate. It's easy to store miscellaneous receipts in an empty tissue box. It means there is only one place to search for a needed receipt.

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