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  1. Oh those FB phone dings! I gotta learn how to shut those off!!
    And taking each thing in smaller bites is an excellent strategy for me.

  2. elizabeth says:

    I can’t ignore new emails or messages, I just HAVE to check them out, even if they are junk! I know, I’m sad!
    I agree, putting things off is silly, because they usually don’t take as long as I think and I feel really good when the job is crossed off my list.

  3. Thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂

  4. Those FB dings are the worst I am sure! Small tasks and breaking things down is great, I have broken down washing the dishes before, it was too much to do in one five minute session and it helped!

  5. Sometimes I can’t break down a task without talking about it out loud. My husband probably thinks the number of hours we spend discussing vacation packing is crazy, but that other perspective (or maybe just the process of explaining it to him?) really helps!

  6. It’s hard to let go of perfectionism, but I agree that it’s better to do something than nothing! Great tips, thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂

  7. Thank you for your comments 🙂 Thanks for being a co-host 🙂

  8. I know and I sometimes wonder what people must think if they could hear me when I am in the house alone, I still discuss it out loud! 🙂

  9. Thanks for the tips I think I’m the worlds biggest procrastinator

  10. You are so welcome 🙂 Thanks for visiting 🙂

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