Tag Archives: perfectionism
For the first time since I found your website a couple years ago, I’m nearly done with the Beginner’s Baby Steps!
Around here, I would wait for rummage-sale donation to hit to declutter.
This week we are concluding our back to basics. Some of you like it; and others did not.
Perfectionism is like a monster with hundreds of tentacles and it reaches into every part of our lives and holds on till we can find it and rip it out.
Often while answering your emails, I respond with a message this bears repeating and an expounding. This morning I got a complaint that my mantra, “Housework done incorrectly still blesses your family!” should be changed. They said it was negative!
Here it is a brand new year with all the promise of a fresh start that comes with it.
What happens when we don’t have hope in our lives?
In our perfectionism we try to put the cart before the horse.
The other day I was asked by a magazine editor if I could give one tip for having a good holiday season what would that be?
Snow always puts me in a cooking mood. Since I might be needed to shovel later I decided that a nice bowl of oats would be a great start to my day.