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Filling the form [Jul. 1st, 2015|06:50 am]
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I'm not particularly surprised by what comes to mind. The themes of purging stuff corresponds to what is becoming a habit as i've found purging items easier and easier, especially as i experience the reward of the space.

I suppose what doesn't come up on here is that i have a box of things to try and eBay: i should go through that box and put as much into the boxes for the Meeting's rummage sale as i can. I know there's some silverware in there that might as well go to Harvest festival (commodity item, heavy). There's also the task of finding a home for the Limoges china.

Take the list or similar, and quickly dash off three small things in each area that can be done to improve your quality of being. Then set aside. Repeat the process some time later (a quarter? "ten week" period?) and then review the previous one. Tag taw@w & ftf

1. Work space
progress on stacks-o-papers
more white board markers (home & work) - just put in Amazon cart

2. Car/transportation- happy with this
3. Kitchen
continue with purging stuff
will i ever fix the drawer?
delighted with purchase of small glass bowls with silicone lids from anchor hocking. Next some lunch size containers?

4. Living room - intentionally ignoring
5. Bedroom
making progress on clothing purge, continue
need to purge linen closet, too

6. Wardrobe
so many broken necklaces and such -- it'd be lovely to fix some.
new ribbons for the mohop sandals that match wardrobe a tough better?

7. Reading list or entertainment plans
not doing a good job limiting video watching in the evening

8. Exercise habits

9. Eating habits
Attention to sweet binging. (Somehow carrot chips and avocado just pale next to the cookies Christine bought)

10. Spiritual/intellectual maintenance
See journaling entry.


[User Picture]From: mopalia
2015-07-01 03:23 pm (UTC)
If you are looking for lunch containers, there is a kind of container that I have bought in the Korean market that is absolutely the best. They have lids that lock tightly in place and never spill. http://item2.gmarket.co.kr/English/detailview/item.aspx?goodscode=692641239 as an example.

It's possible that you can find them at Ranch 99 (closer to you) but definitely either of the 2 K-markets carry a great selection in many sizes. I have a rectangle and a round - the round is such a great size I find myself using it as a bowl at home. I cheerfully volunteer to escort you around the market if you feel like a trip down this way.

Oh, look - I found them on Amazon - http://smile.amazon.com/Glasslock-18-Piece-Assorted-Oven-Container/dp/B00LN810PM/ref=sr_1_14?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1435764100&sr=1-14&keywords=airtight+container

More digging on Amazon might turn up individual sizes, or - you can opt for the Korean shopping experience. ;)
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