|Flower garden starting to look good|
I know we are all busy people and there seems like there is not a minute to spare. My schedule is probably just like yours, jam packed. Young and old people alike have a hard time finding time to get things done.
I was reminded of this when I was out doing my flower garden yesterday. Something I love to do but I'm just now finding a little time. My neighbor stopped by as I was planting for a second to talk. She said she doesn't have time for a flower garden. Her garden, she said, will be grass this year. I had to laugh...I don't have time either and believe me it doesn't always get done when I want it. I have a secret way I get things done though that you may have already guessed if you have read my list of goals every week. If I have a moment or two I get things done in halves. Yes, that's right in halves or maybe thirds!
The above picture is the one end and here is the other end:
|A tree surrounded by too many hostas. Do you want some?|
This also applies to my household work. Some of the my bigger jobs I break up in to manageable pieces so that I will get them done. For instance, one of my most dreaded tasks is cleaning my refrigerator. I never seem to have time to clean it all in one swoop. So one week I clean the shelves and the next week the door shelves. It's started looking pretty good that way.
I've also been Spring Cleaning my house this way. I figure it's better than not doing it at all. This week I've washed walls in my bedroom and towards the end of the week I plan to clean the carpet. I should be done in time for Fall Cleaning!
What do you think of my secret way of getting things done? Do you do things in halves or thirds?
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