Lists and how to kick their arses

So it turns out that broadcasting to the whole world, via the internet, what I intend to achieve has a motivating effect on me. In previous years it would have been my overwhelming need for approval that made me finish yesterdays list but I’m sooooooooo over that and now I’m pretty sure I managed to do them all because once I say I’m going to do something I tend to do it…for MY OWN peace of mind and satisfaction.

Yesterdays list was completed with two exceptions: I decided to NOT reply to the distinct lack of information (because it was unnecessary, so why bother?) and I also failed to rest and luxuriate in the knowledge that stuff was done (because I just don’t seem to be able to get my head around that bit). I am not going to bore you with todays list but suffice it to say that it involves wood stain, handmade paper and ink, a small metal hook and some washing up.

CRESS WATCH! (#dramatic music)

  • Cress bought 2015
  • Cress seconded to the back of the drawer 2016
  • Cress used by date 2017
  • Cress sown 2020
  • FREE SALAD………………..2021?

4 Comments Add yours

  1. dustbunnies436 says:

    Lol, not long now! I have some ten year old alfalfa seed in the pantry. You may be subjected to competitive photographic essays.
    The handmade paper and ink have me intrigued…

    1. errantmoon says:

      The handmade paper and ink will probably end up as a post of its own…if it works!
      Competitive photographic essays?…bring it on 😁

  2. My To Do lists are masterworks of time management and organization. Not effective, but poetry for the obsessive none the less.

    1. errantmoon says:

      I knew someone who travelled with pens of many colours and he used a different one for each subheading on his lists – subheadings only he understood. His lists were works of art, but even without decent handwriting or pretty colours a good list can make my day.
      Ohhhhhh, the thrill of anticipation that one day, maybe, I could cross something off!

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