I’m busy at work today cleaning and sorting and trying not to lose any ground with my anti-clutter campaign, which I began at the first of the year. I’ve just gone through the house dusting and tossing and putting things in their proper place. I’m referring here to areas I’ve already purged several times. I still have not cleaned off the top of the refrigerator or the upright freezer. I’m short. The tops of those appliances don’t bother me–if I don’t think about them or don’t need something that’s artfully stacked on top of them. After writing this post I’ll enter into the Twilght Zone, a.k.a my office, and see what’s hiding in there.
Sorting and purging can uncover things you love that you’ve forgotten about—out of sight, out of mind. The act of sorting and purging can also inspire. Ideas may begin to germinate as you find notes and articles you’ve forgotten about, books covered with dust. Maybe you made notes on a good idea and they are buried in the hurry and rush of everyday living and stacking, or maybe notes were tucked into the pages of a book you were reading at the time. Sometimes our best future emerges out of our rediscovered past. Continue Reading »
I’m here at the folks school trying to keep my healthy eating regime, but they have desert at every meal except breakfast! Fruit! Fruit! Where’s the fruit? Oh, darn. There it is.
John C. Campbell Folk School website: www.folkschool.org
In keeping with my goals to become better at new and social media, here’s the list of tools mentioned at the Southern Social Networking Summit. If you want to be more proficient at social media and Web 2.0 activities, try out these handy dandy tools and resources. See what helps you in your social networking quest to be both engaged and efficient. Continue Reading »
All right everybody, How are you doing on your resolutions? Still BOLD? Still BRAVE? If not, you can rededicate yourselves. Us southerners are good for that.
As for me, I’m still recovering from food poisoning. I’m back to my old self, but now it’s about playing catch up. Continue Reading »