Good day all~~
If you are new to Healing Well or to our Koffee Klatch, please don't be shy. Jump on in to the daily Koffee Klatch. We take a few minutes out of our day to to chat, have a laugh or maybe an insightful moment but we never use the "P" (pain) word!! We focus on the good things in life because we deserve them! So grab your favorite beverage and join us for some 'Me' time.
What could you do to improve your life? I'm not thinking of the 'P' word or something that's a huge, major change like going back to school...but something small that would make your life easier. I think of great ideas but I not only forget most of them but never quite get around to the ones I DO remember. Oh, gotta love that fog..
One thing I think about
often, that I think would improve my life, is to be more routine or scheduled. When I was able to work I not only had a routine but I got way more done around here than when I'm home all the time. That's just crazy. It's hard to stay focused and also it's hard to remember what I was going to do on Wednesday...know what I mean? I would start to write a list for each day of the week or things I needed to do but that only lasted about
10 days, then back to my old habits. I'm much happier, accomplish more and seem to have more free time for my quilting if I stick with a list and not just 'float'. I have no idea how I'm going to accomplish this but I would like to give it a try again...especially with grandkids out of school. Several live next door and they love to some see grandma a lot or they stop by the house if they're going to hike and play in the woods. It always throws me off again. If anyone has any good suggestions please feel free to share!
What do you think you could do to improve your life? Take up an old hobby? Get in touch with someone you've not heard from in a long time, rearrange the furniture? Maybe hire someone to clean your house once a month? Let's see if we can all help each other with ideas along with sharing our answer...
Co-Moderator Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Forums
Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, Insulin dependent diabetic, PTSD, dermatitis herpetiformus, osteoarthritis and a few other side dishes.
Happiness is something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for."