Try a whole weekend of that!
Since we closed on the house I keep thinking about my growing to do list - which includes the following:
- Keeping up with cleaning/chores in our current home
- Packing all our worldly possessions
- Cleaning the new/old house
- Moving all our worldly possessions
- Picking out/purchasing kitchen appliances
- Picking out/purchasing paint colors
- Somehow making my existing furniture make the transition from modern home to country farm house.
Mostly, though, I was just overwhelmed.
I guess I should give myself a little credit. I did finally get all our charitible donation stuff documented and bagged up, but beyond that, sweeping, and throwing a frozen burritto in the oven I didn't do squat on Saturday.
The only exercise I did (and if it can be done in your jammies I'm not sure it counts as exercise) was my homework for the 100 pushups, 200 squats, 200 sit ups challenges.
As for Sunday, Jay insisted on sleeping in, and I was worried about the snow/ice on the road, so no church for us. I did cook lunch, and make some extra rice for lunches this week, but then it was off to Jay's office. While he was productive writing a couple of contracts, I played on the internet on a spare computer. Then it was off to my parents for dinner
Obviously trying to take on the whole elephant didn't work for me, so now I have a new plan - one bite at a time. I'm going to
Other than "just do it", do you have any words of wisdom for an undertaking this big?