Wow, it’s been a little while since my last post. After my laptop died and then my tablet shattered, my online activities were greatly diminished. They still are to a point, but thanks to a new tablet some things are a bit easier.
I hope that you and yours had a wonderful time over Christmas and New Years. We didn’t go anywhere and didn’t have anyone over (everyone seemed to have their own plans already) so ours was nice quiet time at home.
Now that it’s the new year, I’m already thinking about the gardens. I am making lists of seeds that I’d like to order and starting to draw out where everything is going to go. I am also shopping for clearance garden supplies…you can get some great buys this time of year. Tomatoes and peppers will be started here soon so I need to inventory my supplies to see what I’ll be needing.
I am also re-launching my craft business. I was doing quite well but a few years ago I with everything that was going on at that time, depression set in and I quickly got burned out trying to keep up with it. I thought it best to step back from it and focus on myself and my family. The time seemed right to revive it and I’m excited. While I will have a link to my business, this blog isn’t for selling anything.
I am still committed to minimizing my home and life. I did quite a bit of decluttering in 2015, not as much as I wanted. Being a borderline hoarder I think I did pretty good. I found a book online by Marie Kondo called The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and I am hoping to get it. I think one of the biggest roadblocks I have to decluttering is letting go. If I can change this mind set I will be on my way.
I am off to start planning our sons birthday day. He wants to start the morning off with French toast and bacon, ending with dinner at his favorite restaurant. He is growing into a fine young man. I adore him!
Until next time…grace and peace.