How to Eat an Elephant
February 19, 2010 § 2 Comments
I have been working all week to get myself organized. I have purposed in my heart to see myself healthier, more organized and on the ball this year. So I have begun assembling a Homemaker’s Notebook, basically a three-ring binder that breaks my life down into sections so I can eat that elephant one bite at a time.
I’ve been downloading and printing off pages like chore lists, week-at-a-glance pages, menu planners with shopping lists, family info charts and all kinds of crazy stuff. I even found these great art project planning pages to help track all my myriad crafts and pieces I have percolating. Let’s face it, I have three knitting projects, one crochet, a baby sling commission, and two art commissions (one for the band, one for church) in the works right now– I NEED to organize my workload!
I’ve also decided to break my house up into zones, and assign a zone to each day of the week, so I can tackle each area a step at a time. I’m breaking my day up into units as well, so that I have certain routine tasks (i.e breakfast, make bed, do dishes, etc) to accomplish AM, Midday and PM.
A friend of mine from church and I have decided to coach each other through healthier habits as well, so I’m hoping my eating will improve with a plan. To start, Matt and I are doing The Maker’s Diet as our Lenten fast (‘m making some modifications due to breast feeding.) For instance, this morning I made a fabulous protein smoothie for breakfast and lunch. Waaaay better than slimfast, and the proper balance of healthy fats and all whole raw foods. Mm mm good!
On to more organizing!!
Now playing: Dave Anthony – Spencer’s Cove