“The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t. ” -Marie Kondo
“Spring is a time of new beginnings, new possibilities… What quality would you like to grow this spring?” -Tara Killen
Today, TJ and I wasted no time and got to work on this beautiful Friday. Luckily we were off today and got to make the most of our time off and get some things accomplished we had been putting off. I got my car serviced and while waiting TJ and I went for breakfast and grocery shopping. After we came home, we took the dog for a walk and went back to the house to do chores. TJ and I finally put our badges of ownership on our Subarus (they are little stickers you put on your car displaying your interests). We had these forever and finally put them onto our cars as well as cleaning our cars. I got my car in May last year and have only cleaned it thoroughly once since I got it. Scary, I know. Now that it’s spring time, I figured it was time to give it the good cleaning it deserved. So while I was cleaning my car, TJ then started to cut the grass. It was a perfect day for outside chores amid all of the rain and colder weather we have been having, it was definitely needed. If we had just planned to stay in today or not do those outside tasks, we wouldn’t feel as good or proud of the job we had done. We are homeowners now so we have to be real adults now and keep our possessions in good shape.
Take advantage of these days when you have nothing planned but have a lot to get accomplished. It’s great to just work together as a team to get things done that you could be proud of at the end of the day. Crossing things off that ‘To Do’ list is always a good feeling and you’ll be happy you did it. With spring finally here, maybe there’s some things you’ve been waiting to get accomplished. If so, well now’s the time!
Item 134 of 360+
Today’s item is a CUP-le two tree measuring cups. These were breaking in the kitchen and we received a new set as a gift for Amalia’s wedding shower. They served us well, but it’s time for them to join the other items being decluttered from our kitchen.