131 Allowing Rest Podcast April 26, 2017 By Dana White | 2 Comments 11shares 10 0 1 http://traffic.libsyn.com/aslobcomesclean/podcast131.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS Become a patron! My Book: How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind The bundle! Week’s Tasks Podcast Habits plus Decluttering = Progress Podcast Save --Nony Related Posts: Read Newer Post Printable Planner Choices Read Older Post Wild Bird Rescue and National Volunteer Week (Post is Sponsored by Dawn)
Stella Lee says
That feeling of guilt really does impact rest which is so important to being effective. I struggle with getting the balance right on this all the time and the guilt seems to just shift to the next task that needs doing and the stuff that needs doing seems to be endless.
Stella Lee says
I just want to follow up after listening again.
I put some big time consuming commitments on hold for a few months so I could focus on getting through the ‘never ending list’.
I’m finally getting done stuff that has been on that list for years, dare I say, even a decade. Like painting the living room. The relief of getting these things done is huge. (The visual impact is also huge.) It is allowing me to rest without that sensation of guilt at the end of a day; to go out for a day without that niggling feeling in the back of my mind that there is an insurmountable mountain of ‘things to be done’ when I get home.
The value of getting through those tasks (faster) has been totally worth the cost of putting the other stuff on hold although it was not an easy decision.
I’d forgotten what it felt like to not be stressing about all the to-do items. My plan has been simple, and I totally stole it from you; chose one thing and solve it. Rinse and repeat.
PS I hope the book writing is going well.