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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Confessions of a Art Hoarder.

I'm a horder. I can change. If I have to, I guess.

Some of you will get the reference. The rest of you can just see this picture below and look up more RED GREEN SHOW. Its worth it.

Purging gives you back things that you didn't have room for before because the space physically, spiritually, emotionally or mentally just wasn't there.

Some times you really should let it go.

So far this has really helped add to the GLASS GOAL of Organize inside work space. Progress is slow but sure. I can not even tell you how hard it was to throw out the 20-something boxes of memories scrawled on pieces of paper from as far back as high school. I don't know if you know of someone or are someone who easily attaches meaning to every scrap of paper stub, receipt or any other random candy wrapper because you're first high school crush gave you it on your birthday…. ok thats a bit extreme….. But you know what it's like.  I'd be lying if I didn't have a few file folders dedicated to the notes passed in study hall or the letters sent between two childhood friends filled with scripts and poetry in my two drawer cabinet. 

Yup, thats it!


 I have a two drawer file cabinet that I told myself, 

"Everything has to fit here. No more than this, including all the absolutes we have to have anyway on paper like personal documents, car titles, etc...."

I found out I'm better with limits, I'm going to make art again because now I have room. Or at the very least I have a space coming together for it.  

So often I think that I think life moves faster than I do, but if I limit what I say yes to in my life, my life will match the speed I desire. 

I want to do everything, but everything all at once is truly awful.

 I'm going to strive to enjoy what is coming to pass when it comes. 

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Sick and Lots Done

The benefit of doing a lot in a short amount of time is that sometimes you over-do it and get sick and then don't blog for two weeks or something and let all your house go to town on its own witch equals out to MESS. 


Also if you could read that sentence in one breath, congratulations. Also if you can read this blog at all without stopping yourself to say,"Is this even proof read?". Well then I say again, congratulations.  If you do read this and want to edit, lets talk… 


All that being said lots have been getting done around here, but it seems like I've neglected balancing it all and I've gotten sick. All in all no one is perfect and sometimes you just have to get grateful.  This is something my friend and I do to keep ourselves in the right frame of mind when things in life get bad. List ten things you are thankful for right now about the thing that is making you unhappy:

My ten reasons I'm grateful…. in my case … for being sick:

10. I'm grateful that being sick gives me time to reflect
9. I'm grateful that being sick gives me a chance to empathize with others who are sick full time or temp like me
8. I'm grateful that being sick physically can be cured spiritually
7. I'm grateful that I can catch up on sleep
6. I'm grateful that being sick reminds me that I need to worry less about the little things
5. I'm grateful that I am sick so I remember I have an awesome support system 
4. Im grateful that being sick reminds me of what true love is in my husband
3. I'm grateful that being sick reminds me how awesome it is to be healthy
2. I'm grateful that being sick lets me notice how fragile life is 
1. it offers an instant restart on how crappy I treat my body sometimes. 

What do you do when a part of your productive life falls to pieces?
What have been your most productive moments in life?

-HH out!

PS I'm trying to upgrade the look of my blog. Please let me know if it sucks. lol