one maintenance, one 'forward movement'
Each day, for as long as I can keep it up, I'm going to try to do one big organizing/decluttering type thing that's really maintenance--taking care of something that's an existing mess, for which there *is* a system, I'm just not doing it.
clearing out a pile, paying bills. That sort of stuff. Boring, but necessary.
And one that's "forward movement"--that *creates* a solution that doesn't exist already.
Moving the cough-syrup-type stuff to the kitchen, installing the new bookcase. More interesting.
They won't always be big--maybe it'll just be finally rigging an easy-to-use flap to cover the too-bright LCD display on my alarm clock (what is WITH that, anyway?)
This weekend, we have a wedding all day Sat., so I'm not sure what I'll be able to tackle.
But on Sunday, I'll:
1) clear out the mess by the piano on both left and right
2) assemble the new book cabinet and put the books in it.
Wanna join me?