>A post on Unclutterer today caught my eye. The idea that you can practise something as opposed to being 100% good at something all the time.
That is something that I am trying to be better about. I am almost decluttering my house but if I don’t keep up the practise of taking care of the ways that clutter can slip in yo my life I will be back at where I started.
I am practising things like folding my clothing and putting it right away or in the laundry instead of tossing it over something. Admittedly I no longer have anything piled up in my bedroom that I can toss things on. C has a valet that I think invites clutter.
I need to be better about practising (even remembering) eating leftovers in the fridge before they go bad. I have decided that a certain shelf should hold the leftovers and once its full its time to eat that stuff rather than make more stuff.
I am practising cleaning up after meals or projects or just upkeep on chores so I don’t have to dedicate my entire weekend to cleaning the kitchen and bathroom and doing laundry. I would much rather spend a weeknight on something like that and enjoy my weekends.
I am practising keeping a to do list and actually crossing items off. Once projects are done not going back and messing it up again. Getting things clean and keeping them organized are way easier than fighting piles every day. I feel much saner for it.
I am practising putting small amounts of money away every month and extra amounts on credit card balances. This builds up our savings and pays down our debt faster. Soon we will have no credit card debt and a lovely amount in our savings account.
I look around my house and its so nice to see how its coming along and how close we are to being done and just enjoying things.