We get so busy with 'life' that we forget to actually live and be in it.
I like to say there are at least 100 reasons I decided to become a teacher, this is one.
As I compare the KonMari and Swedish Death Cleaning methods of purging my life of unnecessary things - I am left wondering if Tyler Durden ever offered decluttering tips.
No, we still don't know for sure when we will be vaccinated...No, we have no summer plans as of yet...No, we don't plan on visiting the US yet. And other news covering all the exciting events of the past two weeks.
What happened in my first week of decluttering and cleaning out our stuff? A lot of success as well as struggle.
I am already nervous. How am I supposed to clean out my whole house if I can't even toss 'nice' boxes?!
Am I, right now, simply living in this time or actually making it happen?
For this month's inspiration I decided to make it exceptionally personal: Please enjoy, have a laugh or a cringe, and know that whatever you are working toward...you will improve if you keep at it.
I do not want to fail my way to success, but work my way toward it. This week was tough though.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I went often to look at the collection of curiosities in Heidelberg Castle, and one day I surprised the keeper of it with my German. I spoke entirely in that language. He was greatly interested; and after I had talked a while he said my German was very rare, possibly … Continue reading Learning German is “what eternity was made for.”