010 Defining Normal & Battling Slob Vision Podcast

Podcast #10 from - Defining Normal and Fighting Slob Vision

Podcast #10!!! I’ve been trying to not have a podcast at the top of the site (since this is a BLOG), but since I’ve taken some time off this week I’m making it my main post for Friday.

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Posts mentioned on this podcast:

Defining Normal

Video Proof of Slob Vision

Slob Vision

Why I Really Have to Sweep Everyday

28 Days to Hope for Your Home (my e-book)

Three Things I Pitched This Week

Intentional living – Is it in the Big Stuff or Small Stuff?

How Habit 1 Really Does Change My Life (guest post by Mary of Giving Up on Perfect)

Creative Meal Planning

2 Second Task – Moving Unused Stuff


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    I really need to remember to put on one of your podcasts and listen to it every day for decluttering motivation. If I hadn’t gotten to this one so late at night, I’d have gotten more done…but a little is better than nothing. 🙂

    Just a quick thought on stray socks… I kind of like putting them (if they’re already clean) in a rag bag – for icky jobs that I don’t want to use paper towels or a washcloth for. Just a one-time-use kind of thing where I can clean up something awful and then pitch them in the trash. That way I’m getting rid of them, but I’m putting them to good use first.

    LOL about the kitchen scissors. I think I might have mentioned this a week or two ago when I had to replace my can opener, but the old one just basically stopped working. Not 100% because if I used all of my muscle, I could get a can open, but by the time I finished, my hand hurt, and my thumb felt totally abused. I showed my son how to use the new one…and threw the old one in the trash. In shock he said something about we should hold onto that…just in case. Yeah, not!

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    Dana, your podcasts simply aren’t long enough :). I wait patiently for them each week and then in a blink of an eye, I’ve listened to them. Love them so much!

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    Momofthree says:

    Grocery bags on the floor for the whole week that you walk around and ‘shop’ out of as you cook – I really thought that was only me who did that!
    I have now been running my dishwasher every day and doing a load of laundry every day for three weeks. Right before listening to this podcast I had decided to start adding sweeping the kitchen to my list and I had to unpack those bags to get it done:)
    Great podcast that I’ve asked my hubby to listen to so he can see I’m not the only one and there is hope!

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    Great podcast !!!!!!

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    I thought I was the only one who would literally pull things out of shopping bags on the floor when I need them! Found your blog and podcast a few weeks ago and I feel like we have the same struggles!! My house never stays clean for long, and I don’t even have kids! Aaaaa! Thanks for your blog, your tips are helping.

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