Now that Spring is here (finally!), I like to do my own version of "Spring Cleaning." It's basically when I try to un-hack my life by taking stock of my health, home and wallet. Here are the Top Five things on my Spring To-Do List - would love to hear yours!
1. Swap out the cold weather clothes for the warm weather clothes - and create a donation pile of anything I no longer want or need.
2. Work on my neglected yard, plant some flowers, and add some cheerful house plants.
3. Celebrate a tax refund by saving/investing the money or paying off debt! If I owe money, seek professional help as to how to have a better outcome next year.
4. Run outside! I'm tired of working out in my basement.
5. Pamper myself a little. It's time for a pedicure and some highlights. I deserve it.
Re: Spring Cleaning
Yes to all of this @Jill_C! I desperately need to do #1 on your list. I am pretty good about switching out the seasonal wear but I am not good at the donating part but I really need to 'let it go'.
My spring cleaning "un-hack your life" as inspired by Jill_C -
- Clean out the closets and donate the items I do not wear.
- Find a nice hutch or wire rack for our current house where I can place the orchid and small pot collection so they get better sun exposure this summer.
- Find a budget software that I will actually use, create a budget and stick to it because I really want to go to Japan in January 2018.
- Since I am not finding my gym groove yet GET OUT of the house for a 30 minute walk minimum at least 4 times a week.
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Re: Spring Cleaning
@Jill_C - this is awesome. I just had the same epiphany this morning as I was getting dressed. Time to pack away those nasty winter boots.
So two of 5 for me this weekend.
- Winter to Summer clothes swap (don't need to donate, I do that every 3 months anyway)
- Migrated our plants from the nursery to the community garden yesterday.