Saturday, 2 April 2011

Sorting Saturday: Housework, running, the dog and other distractions

It's Saturday, it's the beginning of the month and a good time to impress some order onto the chaos to which the Treehouse has descended.  The dog, though amply exercised by Mr Dryad and myself, is looking, well, shaggy.  A very toned young lady is staring at me reproachfully from the cover of this month's Runners World magazine - I am ignoring her, if I was twenty years younger and didn't have this cold, I too would look buff.  The state of the house is, shall we say, relaxed

It wasn't always like this.  The house was more polished, the dog was more groomed, I was more exercised.  I had goals and schedules - my life had balance.  But my family history research is so absorbing that everything else is sliding - so time to get a hold of it again.  What I need is an extra two hours in each day, but failing that here's my plan.

Once my cold is over, run three times a week - with the dog, so two birds with one stone. 5K race in July.
Housework - 30 minutes a day is all it actually needs (no, really, it is!)
Family History - this month's goals - track down one cousin (I am soooo near!), finish report for client, research one Great Uncle's WW1 service with St John Ambulance.  Nothing else, no, not a thing!
Blog - three/four posts a week.
Strip the dog - she is an Airedale Terrier, and needs to be hand-stripped.

So that's that sorted!

2 comments:

Heather Kuhn Roelker said...

I also have issues getting the initiative to run. But last night my children were acting insanely Looney Tunes, so I went for a run to get a break and realized that running is the perfect way to de-stress. I'm sending some work out initiative vibes your way!

setirotl said...

Thanks for an idea, you sparked at thought from a angle I hadnĂ¢€™t given thoguht to yet. Now lets see if I can do something with it.

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