So, not sure if this will make you feel better, but going to share. I have chronic migraines, and one hit me at a work event. I was in conversation with a networking contact, when it hit me, instantly, that I needed to vomit right the hell then. I put my hand over my mouth and ran to the elevator, because the… Read more
It took me years to become okay with not holding onto everything for just this situation. I would stockpile/not throw out worn shoes, stained/torn clothing, and other stuff. I would also stockpile groceries on sale that we didn’t really like/need.
I have been trying for years to get my MIL to watch an ep of Hoarders. Her house isn’t filthy, but it’s disturbingly cluttered to the point where visits are uncomfortable. I wonder if KonMari might be more her speed.
Happy New Year, EisenBolan!
This is not really a resolution per se, since it’s not traditional self-improvement, but I decided that I’m going to spend more time doing things that I enjoy, and that I can buy myself nice things when I want them.
I live in a house that is 115 years old. We have an electric shock trap, and it works very well, and kills them quickly and humanely. The only super gross downside is that occasionally a stupid centipede will run in there and they make a friggen mess.
How about a GrubHub giftcard? That way, your mom can get some food delivered while you can’t be there.
We had Christmas dinner with Booth’s family, and they made him take home a giant bag of ham. I don’t eat ham, so that’s all on him to deal with. I did polish off the bag of almond biscotti my coworker gave me on Friday, and a bunch of mini Butterfingers from my MIL.