Crap cleared: Laundry cupboard crap
It has been one week since I started this challenge and I realise that it’s going to be a lot more taxing than initially imagined. Actually, I didn’t really imagine anything at the time - I just got an idea and went with it. I am so excited by this venture and keen to develop some quality material by documenting the issues faced when clearing my crap, but it does take time. And time got away from me today.
I received some great support and information from my second coaching session with Jacleen Allen today and I feel really good about a positive conversation I had with my sister. I planned to share some insights as a result of these interactions, but time and energy eludes me this evening.
I feel a little disappointed with myself as a result, but know that I shouldn’t be. 100 days is a long time and I’m bound to waver in my enthusiasm, but it’s surprising that my dedication slackened off today when it’s only Day 7. It’s not that I’m not up for the challenge, as I still made time to do some cleaning up and de-cluttering today.... I’m just tired and lack the energy required to examine and write about the issues and learnings identified from my clearing today.
Today I tidied up the chest of drawers in the laundry and threw out a pile of crap.
Day 7 observations:
- This challenge is a journey and the structure and format of how I document progress may change.