It actually is a useable storage/work room now! I had help. Boxes were combined, trash was culled, things were donated, and moderate success was achieved. We’ll see how long it takes to revert back to scary hoarder piles.
nicisixx's Life List
1. make a smaller ecological footprint
2. go hiking more often
3. go to the Farmer's Market more often
4. eat organic
5. climb Mt. Shasta
6. keep a journal again
7. go camping
8. Cut down on clutter
9. become more active in my community
10. Read more
11. put at least 5 hours a week into sub-contracting
12. update my website
13. stretch and do sit ups every morning for a week
14. create art
15. catch up the scrap book
16. pay off my student loan
17. experiment more with cooking
How I did it: I asked for a GPS unit for my birthday one year. Obviously that's essential. Then I got my boyfriend excited about trying it out as well because it's way more fun (and safe) to go on these adventures with other people. We went hiking, we found caches, and we got hooked. Read how I did it…
How I did it: This has been a wonderful experience. I now have three bins in rotation. The worms have not been difficult or bothersome and I'm starting to reap the benefits of all the great worm castings. I'm going to have more difficulty using up all the castings than I had in producing them. I have a patio but no yard. I keep my plastic storage bins in a storage area that's under the stairs to the apartment above us. Once a month I drag the bins out … Read how I did it…
How I did it: I planted vegetables in lots of pots and used my worm castings to fertilize them. Watering was difficult because I had to carry it out from the kitchen sink, and the area gets a lot of sun so I was always trying to save dehydrated plants. Read how I did it…
I’ve been reading a lot the last few years. I read ahead of release dates and I get my reviews in, I feel like this has been done, but I’ll track it a little longer.
I met with clients yesterday, and I’ve got the work. I just need to take the time.