Hey lovelies. I'm reading (The Happiness Project). Which is quite helpful when your in a bleh mood. She is a happy lady but wants to be happier. Each chapter breaks down her goals and walks us through her experience. In January her goals are:
- Go to sleep earlier.
- Exercise better.
- Toss, restore, organize.
- Tackle a nagging task.
- Act more energetic.
I actually love the simple approach she is taking to get to her big goals. I started this month (a month behind) and I'd like to say that I am doing well on all of these but it's not true, so I won't lie. I am putting effort into all of these. Yup, that's the truth. Especially the toss, restore and organize. That is happening. First, Big Brothers donation pickup scheduled for next week. Second, go through each room (basement too) and make my toss, keep, donate piles. Third, give everything a home.
I will be tackling my office/closet first and these are a few things I am wishing for to start the "give everything a home"part.
1. Clothing racks to help with outfit organizing and the overspilling closet. 2. These shelves will be making a home for my shoes. 3. Gold lamps for my desk. Yes, pleas. 4. The room has a daybed for guests and this rug will make it a great conversation area. 5. Jewelry organization is a must. 6. Lucite desk chairs would be a dream, I need to find a good deal on these... 7. We have a espresso desk in there now but I am craving over something white and feminine.
I can relate to so much of this book, which is why I am hooked (nerdy fact: I'm even taking notes...). I am thinking of a couple hours a day to getting everything organized before I start decorating. It'll be nice to have a dedicated work space (instead of the kitchen table). Is it bad to say that I am most excited to donate all the 'extra' stuff?
Happy hump day lovelies (lol I was giggle at that phrase).