WARNING: Neat freaks might want to skip this post–Just sayin’
So… I gots a problem.
Truth be told– I gots more than one problem…but that is another story 😉
Anyhoo… tonight I have reluctantly decided to introduce you to someone new–
Sets there mocking me…
So, enough already. You get the picture. I am a messy. Plain and simple.
Creative types often are–and I am ok with it. I have come to realize that us messies sometimes get the short end of the stick. The world is designed for those who like things nice and neat. Messy has it’s own sort of scarlet letter in our society–in the form of wrinkled clothes, unkempt car interiors and/or piles of unwanted mail. Oh! The judgement.
Problem is–my visual mind can’t operate as efficiently with everything tucked away nice and neat. I operate in stacks, piles and sitings of “where I saw it last”. File folders don’t create the same visual clues… Filing is a no-fail way for me to lose something… Just sayin’
So, while I realize my house will never look like a page torn from Better Homes and Gardens, truth be told–it has gotten a little ridiculous lately. Ahhh who am I kidding– for a while now.
My friend Leah says I need to hire a maid– I don’t think I could afford the search party I would have to send in after her… So now before you get ready to submit my name to Hoarders, please know that I do not have a hoarding addiction– what I do have is a very full plate and a healthy hatred of housework to boot!
I do have a plan to rid myself–at least partially– of Tess the blasted Mess though. That is why I brought her here tonight. Ya see, I am going to tackle her on here– where I have the home field advantage. And, I am going to use Tice to do it. I realize this Tess Mess has a lot to do with how I approach tasks that I am completely capable of doing–yet dread (and avoid) with a passion.
I am always yammerin’ on about Tice, so I thought I would walk the walk on here and Take Tess to Task with Tice.–say that 10 times fast!
The great thing about Tice is that you can apply what he teaches to any goal or problem. I was surprised–although I shouldn’t have been– at how biblical a lot of his principles are as well.
I am also going to be using Tice to tackle 20 stubborn lbs. over the next 3 months. I lost a lot of weight last year by using the principles that Tice teaches. No weight loss milkshakes, miracle pills or magical 10 minute workouts. The change happened mostly in my mind… sounds easy– and to some degree it is– but it does take discipline. Am I enTICE-in’ ya yet?
So kick back for a 12 week series of Tice Talk Thursdays.
If you want to read along– grab a used $5 copy (including shipping) of Tice’s Smart Talk and settle in for a read that might just change your life… Just sayin’
I am the mama behind GOODEness Gracious and the owner of Cris Goode Solutions.
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