Part 6 of the 12 part series on balancing your life.
When your living space is a mess you can be certain your life may be a mess too. I am the first to admit that I can be a pretty big slob. My office gets so piled up with papers and work and other photo stuff that it can be a little overwhelming to someone on the outside. I have very organized client files and computer files however I do have an issue with everything around it all. It is always feast or famine, one or the other. My husband thinks I have bi-polar disorder with my office. Sometimes it is out of control clean and some times it is just out of control. He always laughs when he comes home from work to see it spick and span. The first words out of his mouth are always, “We’ll see what it looks like tomorrow.” Sadly he is usually right. So, I do need to work on this one. Our joint living spaces on the other hand need to stay clean. When the kitchen or living room or bedrooms are not clean, you better believe I can feel a strain in my life. This is by far the hardest thing for me, but I try and you should too. We all know how good it feels to have a wonderfully clean place to live and work in.
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