Today is day 3 of my newest health challenge. No more booze or sweets until Thanksgiving. I also joined a group online where the goal is to run 100 miles before Thanksgiving.
So to sum up:
No more of this
And a lot of this
until November 27.
Should be fun…right?
Anyone else want to join me? Anyone?
If there is just one piece of advice that I could give any single man out there looking for love it would be this:
DO NOT hit on a woman if you have a scratch, cut, gash, bruise or stitches on your face. All of these injuries can be interpreted as defensive wounds.
Just let that pretty little face of yours heal and then ask for her digits.
And that is my free dating advice for the day folks.
So sorry I have been slacking on my blog guys. I have been spending much needed time on moving my home office from one room to the other and cleaning out a massive amount of clutter that was in the spare room (I’m talking “Hoarders” type of clutter).
Last weekend while all of you were out enjoying life, I made the weekend be all about going through ALL of our paperwork (financial/junk mail/letters/taxes) and tossing the stuff that was no longer needed (like 2002 pay stubs) and filing away all things of importance. After 10 hours it was finally finished.
Putting all of the disorder in some order provided me with one great find after another. Found some birthday cards circa 2009 and there was money in them. That along with some spare change amounted to the grand sum of $86.80. That made my 10 hour day very much worth the work.
Grabbed a glass of wine to celebrate my awesomeness when I looked at the mountain of clothes still overtaking the spare room. It may have been the red wine talking but all of a sudden I got the urge to purge. Purging last weekend gave me the opportunity to have one of the most magical moments any 30 something woman could ever ask for: I had a Carrie Bradshaw moment. Let me explain.
Was going through the pockets of a purse I was going to donate to Goodwill when I saw a flash of gold. Hmmm. Upon further inspection it ended up being a clasp to something. I pulled and found that it was my most favorite gold locket that I wore through a majority of my early to mid twenties that I thought I had lost forever. I squealed with glee which turned into pure magic when I thought of Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City finale. She found her favorite “Carrie” necklace in the lining of her purse. For those of you who are not fans of the show (which are probably any straight men reading this blog), the necklace was symbolic of her finding herself again.
The weekend ended with two full trash bags full of shredded papers and two full trash bags filled with clothes and half a dozen purses going to Goodwill.
Cleaning out the closet proved to be a lovely way to spend the weekend.
By the way, let me know if any of you have found anything cool or weird (I love weird) when cleaning out your clutter!