... and so ended up with a different Health Care Provider. My old dentist isn’t covered so I have to find a new one.
I’ve never really had to choose a dentist before; I always found that there was a dentist in close proximity to where I work or live and went there automatically. Now, the 3 closest dentists under my new HCP are all equally inconvenient in terms of location.
I’m really not sure what to look for, or what criteria I would use to choose one over the other. I guess I could pay a visit to all 3 offices just to get a feel for the place, check out the atmosphere, maybe catch a glimpse of the dentist in action.
[sigh] I’m due for a cleaning, but I really don’t feel like doing this.
Oh well. Not every goal can be fun, right?
I’ve taken on quite a lot of personal creative projects over the past couple of years, some of which don’t really deserve to be finished. I need to take stock and abandon the ones that are a waste of time, then organize the materials for the ones that aren’t so I can work on them easily as I have time.
Some examples of unfinished projects:
Make a Sunbrella cover for grill
Put up cork on the bottom half of the chalkboard
Turn old cupboard doors into garden art to hang on the fence
Make a copper trellis
Make an afghan from the many skeins of yarn using up my closet space
Make a quilt from scraps
Cover an ugly old quilt and turn into a duvet
Make a new tablecloth
I have years worth of beauty products – both toiletries and cosmetics – that I’ve collected because I was on the hunt for the perfect products (or at the very least, mild products that do what they claim). I’ve finally found them, but I have drawers, cupboards and a closet full of old items that I must finally admit I’ll never use again.
I’ve held on to them for so long because I hate to waste, and while none of them are new (untouched), many, if not most, are practically full. I already called a women’s shelter and, unfortunately, they prefer not to have products that have been used.
So, I now need to bite the bullet: sort by what I definitely will use and definitely won’t (being brutally honest), discard the ones I won’t use, organize the ones I will so that I can work my way through them, and resolve not to buy any more until I’ve worked my way through the keepers.