This has been a theme of mine lately.
Well, not just lately but especially over the last two years. As you know if you've been following the blog. My passion/obsession for de-cluttering and re-organizing seems to be my new summer past time?!
Recently I was faced with a big decision, one of those do I or don't I? kind of decisions and the person helping me make it said 'Well, this is about getting your house in order. You want to get your house in order." And as soon as he said that, I knew. I knew I needed to go ahead with it and I knew in the moment that I was making the right decision.
I don't know but if you're at all like me, sometimes you take projects etc. to certain level of completion, meaning = you don't quite finish it. You don't quite follow all the way through. I have no idea what that is, where it comes from or why I do it?! Any thoughts? It manifests itself in quite a few different ways with me, not just professionally but personally too. And quite honestly, it's a habit that's getting a bit old and tiresome. I don't know what I'm afraid of? That if I complete something, get it in order, suddenly there will be nothing left to do? Oh, but there always is. And really it feels so much better to see something to completion. To handle my business. To get my house in order.
And then make a painting about it. ;)