Thursdays at CatholicMom.com begin with a look at the past week’s Small Successes!
I’ve been inspired by my friend Lisa Lawmaster Hess and working on getting things a LITTLE more organized around here. It’s a slow process. I did figure out that the set of small rocking chairs behind my desk, while cute, were too much of a temptation for me. They’re toddler rockers–one for each of my kids–and 2 are so small that no one but a small child can sit in them. So…they became tables for my Desk Overflow.
I took All The Stuff out of those chairs (and out from behind those chairs) and it pretty much covered the whole sofa.
So I moved an upholstered chair into the space where the rockers had been, because I know I won’t pile stuff onto that chair. Then I put away All The Stuff.
And my living room looks a lot nicer now.
It’s time to get ready for Lent, and I’ve been working hard over at Cook and Count to load up all the meatless recipes I can find. You can find all of them right here: Meatless Recipes at Cook and Count.
There are more to come, and as I post them, you can access them through this same link.
(AND I learned how to add a copyright line to my photos!)
If you’re reading this through a link at CatholicMom.com, that’s because I successfully installed the link tool in the CatholicMom post. I’m in training right now to be the Substitute Blogmother during Sarah Reinhard’s upcoming maternity leave. (And she is super patient while she gets me up to speed on All The Things.) This was my very first linky-thing, and it worked! It worked!
In other CatholicMom.com related news (AKA more shameless self-promotion), I have two posts about Lent that you might want to visit. Click on over!
Book review of 40 Days, 40 Ways
Tech Talk: Lenten Inspiration from CRS Rice Bowl
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3 thoughts on “Small Success: Getting Things Done Edition”
Shameless promotion .. when you are trying to help others in their faith walk — NEVER a bad thing, just my humble opinon!!
Blogmother – I love it!
Great list of successes! I love it once things get more organized. Doesn’t happen much, but every time it gets done, i always pledge to keep it that way. Never happens for me, but I keep trying. Good luck on all the “blogmother” duties!