Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures


One Approach to Stop Losing Things….

Here is my 2013 Day One Answer to the question I find myself asking at least once a day.  The question?

The question always begins with, “Now, WHERE did I put my___________(fill in appropriate item in blank).”

I’ve cleared a lovely glass shelf in the room in my house where I spend the bulk of my time.  There is a hook

for my car key, post office and other keys, electronics…(soon to house a charging station) and my

purse core (I change purses but the core piece remains the same).

If you want to invite change into your days …. you have to make room for the change.  Change doesn’t

like being squeezed in between old practices!  So here we go! 

I’ll make sure to let you know how this change,

for which I have made special room,

unfolds in my coming days.

 

 



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