If you look at your life, how you perform your life, how you organize your time, your papers, your relationships, and work, you will see a pattern. If you ever question “why?” you do what you do, just look around.
How you do anything is how you do everything.
I can use a personal example for this. My kitchen is clean, not neat. I leave appliances on the counter, often have stacks of paper or piles I need to sort, mail, and my kid’s crayons and school work. My life is similar. It is pretty much in order. There are several things I need to sort through, throw away, put away, decide if it is necessary or if I am holding onto it for no reason.
Most of my house is like this. Which means I am fairly consistent. I try to organize and give everything a home. Though, all those “in process” items are still out. I have a neighbor that keeps an immaculate kitchen and front room. The rest of her house is in shambles with piles and piles or toys, papers, blankets, shoes, clothes, all behind closed doors. What might this say about her?
How is your house? Messy, dirty, clean, shambles, piled, in process, hidden, cluttered…
Can you relate your environment to your life? Does it fit?
Can you see something you can change that might change your life?
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