Part of portraying progress on social media is showing the areas for improvement as well as the positive results. So in spirit of today’s ‘home’ challenge, here are two places I’m proud to say I’ve worked hard on decluttering in this past year and two places that... well I have a long ways to go.
1) My kitchen pantry: I try to buy bulk to limit the amount of plastic I use and I’ve worked on creating a sustainable system in maintaining labeled glass jars containing all of my staple food items (eg: beans, rice, spices). 2) My room decoration: I’ve always loved interior design but Ive learned that buying a couple high quality pieces (mostly second hand items) is the best way to go as the atmosphere in your room will be much more tranquil. 1) My email inbox: I’ve always wanted to be that person with minimal emails, no junk and no useless subscriptions but I’ve let them accumulate as time got away from me however, starting today I’m going to remove a ton (500 emails) worth of junk mail which in turn will help me clear my mind. 2) Receipts: while its good to keep track of your budget by accounting for all of your receipts, taking time every month is a great way to start to clear out the unnecessary ones (recycling them, obviously) that are fattening up your wallet. BONUS accomplishment of the day: reduced my shower time from 15 to 10 minutes total, todays challenged helped with that because the time I would have spent practicing mindfulness in the shower, was replaced with doing so in the act of decluttering. #greener
#pgc2018 @turninggreenorg @drbronner #day22 #goingstrong
Not everything is going to be easy. If it was everyone would be doing it!!🙏💪⚽ #goingstrong
Had an amazing anniversary trip in SF with @analuisabriseno ♥️ They broke into my car, but I kept my head up and continued to live it up in the bay 🌁