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12:34am 16/07/2006
 
 
LocaKitty
to start walking in the afternoons after work
to start taking more pictures
to actually upload pictures from the camera into the computer
to clean the house
to install new faucet
to do complete laundry, not just random load for work
to go through my closet (again) and toss out clothes I no longer want and/or need
to go grocery shopping and stop eating take out
to figure out what i'm doing here
to sell my tv/vcr/dvd/entertainment stand
to call my family more often
to stick to the commitments I make (even if I made them while I was drunk)
to relax a little bit and stop stressing so much
to just let love find me
to be a better kitty mom
to stop clicking refresh on LJ instead of doing things that are on this list
to read more
to put up or shut up
mood: hmmmhmmm
 
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 parilous
 
01:40pm 16/07/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Paril
Start with the small stuff, like petting Vera more often. :-)

Selling your TV/VCR/DVD sounds drastic. Is it to gain room in your livingroom, or is it because it inspires laziness? In any case, you could probably get about $100 for the group, which may or may not be worth it to you. Afterall, you could always move the TV/etc to the bedroom if you wanted more room in the livingroom...

If you need inspiration, encouragement, or help, lemme know. I'll gladly come down over after work.
 
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 locakitty
 
04:23pm 16/07/2006 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
I'm shooting more for $150 or so for the group. The tv brand new is worth $130. And you've already reinforced the cart, so it's practically indestructible :)

I want to get rid of the TV because I hardly use it anymore. Turning in Telemundo for noise just isn't as enticing as it once was. I still have the computer to watch DVDs on and I'll probably just hang on to the Disney tapes I have and take the rest to Bookman's or something.

But, since I rarely use the tv, I decided to just get rid of it. With it gone, I only have to battle the computer as my source of distraction.
 
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 carazona
 
12:42am 17/07/2006 (UTC)
 
 
I love it! It's so nice to make a to-do list and actually do some things on it. It feels good :)
 
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 speranzosa
 
05:21am 17/07/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Sign Here: desert feet
to not be overly critical of myself
to remind myself every day that I am loved
to write out this list and put it in a prominent place -- that way I will see it the next time I am procrastinating

Seriously, you work very hard. You need to allow yourself some veg out and relax time. I have Jay Leno, sci fi books, and long walks alone. Every moment after work doesn't need to be filled with chores. Just do what is needed and cherish yourself. The rest will fall into place.

/two cents
picword: desert feet
 
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