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Life moves very quickly. I don’t remember my last post, but I think it was before we left for the feast. We came home, washed clothes, and Nick was off again to the UK. So I’ve been being mama and daddy to my kiddos and trying to keep up.
I haven’t been reading books lately. There’s no time for that. But I have been reading articles interesting to me. Some quotes I love from them….
- When we hold on to stuff just in case we might need it someday, we not only clutter our space, but also buy into poverty consciousness. Holding on to things we don’t use, or things that don’t work, reinforces the belief that we’re not capable to replace, borrow, or rent what we need when we need it.
- “I let go of my harmful habits, clearly seeing how they were forms of violence towards myself.”
- What I am recommending is traditionally called “finding yourself.” The difference is, there is no bohemian excess here, none of the “experiencing everything” that comprises nostalgiade la boue. It’s productive, constructive goofing-off.
- When you examine your procrastination, you get clear. You’re less reactive and more informed.
Since Nick’s been away, I’ve been cooking more, too.