02.17.16 – End of Day Notes

What I did today: Since I wrote some of my posts for today last night and scheduled them, I was able to sleep in this morning. I didn’t get out of bed until 8 am. BUT, I had a sinkful of dishes to wash this morning and did that before coffee or writing. I managed to get most of my writing done today, still have one story that I am debating if I want to write or not. I got through a ton of emails today, finally. And I am starting to schedule some of my A2Z posts for this blog in April. Not bad even though I still feel like crap from this cold. And as soon as I post this… I am watching the final few episodes of Season 6 of Downton Abbey. Me time!

What I learned today: Even the slightest deviation from my schedule screws me up for the entire day.

What I am most proud of today: I stepped up and offered my help to a fellow blogger. I’d swore to myself not to get personally involved with anyone online again, but this just feels right. Now I just hope I won’t get burned again.

What did you do today? Learn any lessons? Have a reason to be proud? Share your thoughts with me in the comments!

And I Simply ask the Question, “Why?”

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Simple Living Over 50

I have never been one who thinks on the lines of going along with the pack. I love to think about things outside the box and simply ask the question “why”. This in a sense makes me an independent thinker and independent doer. I love to quietly challenge the very same things that most people don’t have a problem going along with. I suppose that you can call me an old rebel soul, but to me there are things in life that just don’t make too much sense.

As the years have passed I have noticed that it is getting worse for us outside thinkers, or those of us who just don’t want to go along the same path that is written out for us. An overtone of political correctness is being used as a tool to stifle our words if we try to speak out. Many of the same…

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