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Logic of what I have to do.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

I think I want to do lots of things and then somehow I don't do them. I am setting up my world so that I can do them better. I hope to be able to do this. I am so unsure. I really have to step out in faith on this one.

I am decluttering some stuff too. Am I the only one with the struggle?

I am coming up with a plan. I am sick of doing that because I feel like I keep on doing it to not much. But, I went to a "Walk for life" with a friend. A guy there said the average person quits smoking 137 times. So I have a few more to go right? I can do this and will do this and will set up my life so my thought can be more positive. Because today I doubt that I can do it.
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  • MOCUEVAS
    You can do this, one step at a time. Decluttering is one step, so do it with flourish! Then move onto the next step!
    We're here for you!
    Smiles, Mo
    3750 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/23/2010 10:24:59 AM
  • JHADZHIA
    Life's distractions have a tendency to get in the way. I keep losing things because my desk area is incredibly cluttered and I accidentally get things caught up and sent out with the recycle paper. I lost my very important date book as a result. I have also lost two bills for things I bought with warranty. It gets frustrating how things 'disappear'. My lack of sleep doesn't help. I lose all memory of where I put things too. Getting things done and getting rid of the clutter would certainly help. I can't move around in my storage room its so full. The only thing we can do is take it one step at a time and clean up each problem area. Stopping smoking is vital for your health and you should focus all your energies on finding a way to quit.. I wish you all the best with it!
    3750 days ago
  • NANCY-
    You are not alone. Many of us are in the same boat with you.
    Some folks can go "cold turkey", others it takes many attempts. Me, it took many attempts, but finally I have been smoke free for 465 days. Now I am working on losing the 60 pounds I gained from quitting. (30lbs from the last two efforts) So far I have lost 10 of them.
    With every effort we gain experience to build upon. We become more successful with practice and it brings us closer to our goal.
    Persistence and perseverance does pay off.
    3750 days ago
  • FITKAT2010
    Fear of success has a way of cluttering our lives with distractions so we don't focus and get anything accomplished. Also so we don't have to face our fearful/painful thoughts and emotions.

    Write out the sections of your life you want to handle and state specifically what you want to do. Then take one area and focus and get it handled. Then, move on to the other.

    The hard part is to be committed and not distracted.
    3750 days ago
  • ITSHOWYOULIVE
    Don't doubt!!!!! You can do this!!! Decluttering is something that we can do to more than our house...I have all these great ideas for things to do to, but I forget, or I get busy. I think I need to declutter my schedule. There is enough time in the day to get everything done, especially if I declutter some things that just aren't important.

    BTW-I liked your comment about missionaries eating!! I served my mission in Germany and there was ever only one meal that I just could not bring myself to eat (chicken hearts and livers-bless their hearts they saved the best for us and I couldn't eat it). Having an RM is a big thing-congrats on accomplishing that monumental task!! See you can do big things!!
    3750 days ago
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