My adult life has been a series of rental properties. I move with the word “temporary” in mind. I unpack what I need, I nest just enough to make the place look and feel lived-in, then I leave it exactly how I initially set it up until I pack and move again. I may put … Continue reading Roots
I wrote a journal entry today that felt a little more like a blog post. I haven't decided yet if I want to transcribe the whole thing on the internet for the world to read, but I figured the gist of the thought is a good enough start. TEMPORARY DISTRACTED CLUTTERED These are the words … Continue reading Words.
Have you ever noticed how often you check your phone in a day? In an hour? A minute? Every time the phone lights up, and you notice, you check it. It's our nature now to make sure we never miss a conversation or update. This has a lot of benefits, yes, but for many, it causes anxiety when it happens too often or distracts from the task at hand. Here's a few tips and tricks I've found over the years to minimize that distraction. Maybe this will help someone out there today.
I was told this week that I had the most meticulously kept notebook list a coworker had ever seen - I highly doubt this is true, but it made me stop and think about the strides I've made to keep myself and my thoughts in order. I endearingly call myself scatterbrained from time to time, … Continue reading Lists on Lists on Lists: Trello and how it saves me every day
Not every week leaves time for a full-blown project, and to be honest, not every week do I have a creative streak, but I challenged myself to write through it, so here we go: I worked pretty late every day this week (full time job and all), so I didn't go out of my way … Continue reading Half-Completed Projects and Household Chores: All in a [Sun]day’s work