“No one else can play your part.”
Helping Women Move From Fear into Faith
“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned”. Benjamin Franklin
Please people, if you are consumed with clutter, whether it’s last week’s newspaper or thousand dollar art; please remove some of it. Give your life room to think, breathe and live. Don’t let your life be taken hostage by things that don’t have breath in them.
I first heard about setting goals when I was twenty-something. I loved the idea. I’m a dreamer. For several years I would, excitedly, as the new year dawned, write down all the things I wanted to accomplish and the self improvements I would make. My goals would always include losing weight and eating healthier. I may have stuck to my plan for a short while, but I don’t remember experiencing any lasting changes. What was so exhilarating on January first felt like failure on December thirty-first.
The minute you decide to sell your home it becomes a house–a product to market to the public. Your goal is to make your house irresistible to buyers; to cause them to fall in love when they first lay eyes on it.
You may have a much better memory than I do. But if you’re like me, there is huge relief in depending on my list rather than on my brain.
It has been said that perfectionism is the highest form of self-abuse because perfection is not achievable. Rather, we need to seek excellence.