Thinking long and hard about deferred decision making (or no decision making)

 Seeing these vessels’ shapes spark joy.

Seeing these vessels’ shapes spark joy.

Yikes! I have to practice what I teach—stuff left around most likely means a deferred decision (not wanting to make a decision 😀).

I have been stumped deciding where my stuff should have it’s home. I would rather be in limbo than decide a place is “good enough.”

You know what that means? I can put off getting to the things that mean more to me. Or I have thought they mean more to me. Or do they?

If I was willing to be honest with myself, I would admit that, if I am not treating them as a priority = how important are they?

Interesting . . . the resistance, the saboteur, whatever name works for you, is strong. Busted!

 

xoxo

Jane Diaries

2018_05_07

Jane Dolan

Jane Organizes, P.O. Box 5305, Berkeley, CA 94705

Jane founded Jane Organizes in 2008 after a 20-year stint at a Design + Build firm in San Francisco. Jane loves working with rebels and dreamers, co-creating homes they will love. The KonMari Method™ is Jane's organizing tool of choice, after drinking the elixir in 2014.