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I have the ebook on request from the library & will add this to my Winter Reading List. Both my parents were pack racks & it's a gene I fear more than the other genes of illness & disease. Thankfully Mr Man & I are both neat, tidy & order kind of folks, but still I worry about what can only be described as breeding that goes on in my cupboards of plastic food containers. I must go through this pile at least twice a year & each every time there seems to be more. You can check my purchase receipts & you will find no purchases made but how are they getting into my cupboards, into my life?
Earlier in the year I signed up for email Merriam Webster's Word of The Day - increasing your vocabulary. See, I was ahead of the clutter free zone, no desk top paper calendars with a word to learn each day. It's all clutter free electronically sent. There have been some interesting words. This ties back to last year when I couldn't settle on One Little Word for the year but resolved to pay attention to my choice of words. One of my favourite words showed up this week.
|noun | sing-kruh-NISS-uh-tee|
At work last week when I was once again interviewing for reception at the clinic, I interviewed a lady that is a private yoga instructor; she does not work out of a studio but comes to your home to work with you & her focus - are you ready? - is restorative yoga! Yes! Once again when you put it out there, The Universe will deliver but not always in the fashion you had in mind. Anyway, this lady has wonderful energy, although because of her schedule, not a good fit for reception.
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I'll see everyone on Wednesday with some of my first WPSH finds. Hope everyone has a neat & tidy week.
"We should be choosing what we want to keep, not what we want to get rid of. The moment you start focusing on how to choose what to throw away, you have actually veered significantly off course." Marie Kondo