“Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fuelled by procrastination”
It’s Saturday morning. I don’t get many Saturday mornings like this. Waking up at 9am with absolutely nowhere to go and nothing to do till the evening. I like it.
I had plans to go to IKEA with my boyfriend this morning. My room is in desperate need of a revamp but the gloomy London morning told me ‘stay in bed and relax’. So I did. I’ve never been to IKEA. I wanted to go when I’m in that “I’m here for one thing and one thing only” mood. You know what I mean? That organised type of mood.
So I gave myself time to think.
How can I put this new found free time to use?
Write a post obviously but what else?
I decided to declutter my room. Maybe that’s why I’m struggling to write my posts. I feel disorganised. Much like my room, I have a lot going on in my head. Finding the time to think about it is rare for me. So I don’t think, I just do. Work, eat, hide it in the corner, sleep. I just do it.
But I’m learning to take a step back. Reflect. Writing for The Lyd Blog is helping. To write a post you have to think. Be present in your actions. Be mindful of what is happening. Why it’s happening.
I’m rambling I know but that’s what this blog is for. Well, not just rambling but every now and then you need to spill the content of your bag and rummage through the clutter to find what you’re looking for.
I better get started with this room.
What do you do on your free Saturday mornings?
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