Sunday, 27 November 2011

Health Blogging Month Day 27: Comment on a quote

Quote Unquote.Grab a quote from this site (type in any word – see what comes up!) and use that quote to set you writing.

I'm guessing this means the Wego Health Site.... So here's a quote found on the site. It's from Blog Post "Spring Cleaning My Life" by  Ellen S.

This is the season for stopping to take stock of the winter and look ahead to brighter, sunnier days.  In the old days, spring was a time to drag out all the old furniture, bedding... well, pretty much everything to give it a good once-over.  The task: clean everything so that the family would have a bright and shining new house to match the bright and shining new sun and the brand new season.  Spring is the season of rebirth.  It reminds us of renewal and starting over.

So I'm only a couple of weeks from the end of spring - and it already feels like summer here in Brisbane.

I would love to do a proper spring clean of the house. But I'm getting further and further behind. It's a pity because a wonderful lady from my church came around and got me caught up a few weeks ago - now you can't see where she's been. (It doesn't help that my cleaner was in a car accident and hasn't been. I realise that's worse for him than me, but it is a problem for everyone.)

In terms of my life - there is always something I would like to get organised. Just to have a routine sorted out where I get everything done. I always seem to be behind on the things I want to do or need to do. I'd love to be able to throw out some clutter - pare down what I do to what's important. The problem is that every time I do that, I find some brilliant new project that is suddenly important!

This post was written as part of NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days:

1 comment:

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