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Rewards

What doesn’t feel like work?

home made face masks
Cheryl has been making COVID-19 masks.
home made face masks
Each mask has a hypoallergenic pillowcase fabric liner.

What doesn’t feel like work?

When Cheryl is creating, she is in a joy-filled place.

Time stands still.

Cooking, sewing, painting, designing, gardening, organizing, writing, you name it.

For me it’s taking risks, .thinking .differently and envisioning a future that’s not only better than now but much better than now.

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Carving Out A Life

The unexpected joy from simplicity

Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park – Elizabeth Lake.

The unexpected joy from simplicity.

Everything i do is focused (and has been for 20 years) on simplifying everything in life.

The ultimate sophistication is simplicity.

The more you can remove, the deeper you have to think and act.

The fewer moving parts in your life, the better your joy will grow.

Simplicity is operational genius.

At work, of course, and especially at home.

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I Am

Got organized joy?

The two of us brainstormed yesterday the purpose of the speaker sizzle video. The right column my colleague shared and i added the left column.

Got organized joy?

Does your personal organization at home – the paperwork of life – bring you joy? That’s what this post is asking.

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Rewards

First time for everything

Photo: Yesterday. Windows open during daylight for first time in seven months.

First time for everything.

Yesterday, during the day, was the first time since Spring that it’s been cooler outside than the 75 degrees inside.

A delightful breeze and fresh air make enjoying office and administrative work easy.

(csn, text me when you finish reading today’s posts. Ty)

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Final 120 Days

The trust your gut kinda joy

Cooking up a storm both East and North of here.
Looking East. Going To The Sun Road middle left, but not visible.
Those Eastern clouds look beautiful but ominous.
These Northern clouds hold the recipe for big rain.
While taking this photo i realized a tough decision was needed.
i choose to descend in Chamber of Commerce weather at Logan Pass. Could have stayed up there for hours.
Parked lakeside (so lucky) and returned bike (just past Eddie’s Cafe).
The mountains are completely engulfed in the storm. My gut was perfect this time. Photo taken from inside the parked SUV.
And then there’s a unicorn.
Another room-cooked meal. Just add boiling water from hot pot. Last night at 4pm.

The joy you feel when you trust your gut, even with overwhelming temptation, can be exhilarating. 

The wind and rain was torrential. 

The closest i got to it was 10 miles away. 

How cool is that?

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