Well, I finally got into my pantry and cleaned it out yesterday. The shelves were pretty well organized, but I needed to pay some attention to the floor. I pulled a bunch of junk out and even got on my hands and knees and gave it a good scrubbing. I open it now and I'm pleased with my work. I know it's not much to most people but for those of us with fibromyalgia that can be a huge accomplishment. I've been avoiding that task because of the scrubbing part. Yes I am a bit sore in the shoulders today and legs, but it sure felt good to tackle that chore. It's little things that make me think this ol FM business hasn't beat me yet. Today I'm going to tackle the computer room closet. It's not bad it just has some big things that need to come out and get moved to storage. I really have accomplished a lot in the year that I've been off work. I never would've been able to tackle some of these things and maintain things at home had I continued to work full-time. It was just to much. I know at some time or another I will find myself back to work again, but I won't do any more than part-time work. Plus, I honestly feel like this is what I'm meant to do right now. We're trying to get the house cleaned up so we can start fixing up the inside in order to sell it and move. So, I've been working on cleaning out closets and drawers and such so we won't have that chore to do when it's time to pack. I know I should take it easy today, but I'm motivated so I figure while I'm movtivated I'd go ahead and hit the closet.
So, even though you might feel like your not getting as much done as you once did. Look around you might surprise yourself and find you've done more than you thought you did. It's like I told my hubby. I pittle, I'm a pittler. I do a little bit in burst throughout the day and eventually it does get done. I'm not one that can spend three/four hours tackling something and I know this and I'm ok with it. You do what works for you stop when you need to. I hope everyone is having a good day.