The main reason that I decluttered to the tune of 80 percent is because I wanted to be able to work from home, more efficiently. That is, I wanted to make household chores quicker, so that I can enjoy spending more time working on food photos and food writing.
My plan, worked.
But what I didn't expect was for my memory to improve along with my energy and focus. Or, that I'd finally realize that yeppers, I do have lots of food stuff to share.
Thank you, uncluttered brain.
And thank YOU for reading. Time for lunch. I'm gonna have a big bowl of veggies. What are you having?
Less, stuff, less you have to clean!ReplyDelete
Yes! It's heaven.Delete
Heaven I say, heaven.
Bagel & cream cheese with a bag of chips. Oh, and a muffin.ReplyDelete
Ohhh, that sounds yum.Delete
Yay! for working plans. I ate leftover ribs for lunch (they were leftover from Father's Day). Still yummy!ReplyDelete
Sounds good. Cold or reheated?Delete
Here's to uncluttered brains! Lunch was PB and Miracle Whip sandwich and Pringles!ReplyDelete
I've never had that combo. Cool beans, Pam.Delete
interesting that your memory improves! took my mom to McDonald's today, we had hamburgers.ReplyDelete
I had no idea my memory would improve. None :) Cool beans on taking your mom out. Did she get her ice cream?Delete
You are bragging again. It is becoming a habit. Justifiable, but a habit just the same.ReplyDelete
Lunch? Too early to think about it yet. Another cup of chai calls.
I enoyed chai a great deal back in the day. Yum.Delete
Best thing in the world this clutter free life. We had lasagna for lunch today. Leftovers from last night's dinner. Very yummy.ReplyDelete
Lasagna I find is one of those dishes that freezes well. Yum on the leftovers.Delete
What are you and your honey bunny watching these days? We started watching Mr Robot. Just one episode so far, but I like it.
Hooray for brain declutterization. I had a chicken teriyaki sandwich. It was quite tasty. :)ReplyDelete
I've never had that, but it sounds good.Delete
Congrats on your plan working. I need to declutter as well. I'm going to clean out my drawers this evening. I wish I was clutter free. I didn't have lunch, oh wait I made myself a strawberry milkshake.:) Have a great week happy lady.ReplyDelete
How did your drawers go?Delete
Left over whole grain pasta and sauce...I think you have bragging rights on the de-cluttering!ReplyDelete
Thanks, e :)Delete
Yum on the pasta.
Congratulations on the uncluttered brain Whisk!ReplyDelete
Brain decluttering...sounds like an excellent plan!ReplyDelete
It's a whole new chapter for me. I had no idea when I was making room for a photographer's white box, that so many other goodies would unfold.Delete
Wow congrats! Maybe I need to declutter my life too. I was having memory problems last year and while the Army diagnosed me with some memory issues from a rollover I was involved with, I began using a Bullet Journal to help organize and focus and it completely changed everything for me. Check it out at http://bulletjournal.com/ReplyDelete
I checked it out and it looks very cool. I barely make lists these days. But I used to be a big prep list fan.Delete
Isn't it amazing how de-cluttering helps in all aspects of life!ReplyDelete
Lunch was ages ago, but dinner was salmon cooked in a herb butter ... delicious.
All the best Jan
It really is, Jan. So many changes, I love it. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, today.Delete
Yum on the salmon.
De-cluttering the brain sounds like a great improvement! I'm thinking I'll probably make pancakes for breakfast. How is your running going?ReplyDelete
Hi Bethany. Oh, how I love, love, love jogging. But right now, doing the house projects, there is no way my body is strong enough. But that's okay, this week, we'll fix the hole in the roof and soon enough, I'll be enjoying my jogs again.Delete
Thanks for asking.