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    Quote Originally Posted by mommyB View Post
    Haha Well done MammaB, get a takeaway tonight, so you dont have to go into the ktichen !!
    nope I cooked! Oven roasted pork loins in olive oil & herbs; root veg mash;boiled potatoes & vegetable gravy

    Before that I cleaned the kitchen. Counter tops have been washed down, one load of laundry in, dishwasher emptied & reloaded (needs emptied & reloaded again), sink shone. All the downstairs floors swept, table cleared etc.

    Good work for one day I reckon.

    Also managed to squeeze in some business networking & a stock photo shoot,lol

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    Go you !!

    I too had a burst of energy after dinner. Washed the dishes, made up the lunchboxes for tomorrow, uniforms ready, cleaned and mosturiezed again, small load of laundry and put a pile of towels away !!

    Oh yeah-Go me too !!!!!
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    Well done!

    I've just cleaned the kitchen after dinner, emptied the dishwasher, made a chocolate cake (it's currently baking) & loaded the dishwasher & turned it on

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    morning-am in a great mood today and raring to go !!!

    So far-up washed dressed, hair AND make up . Breakfast, made beds, washed dishes, kitchen tidyed and surfaces wiped down girls off to school, bins and recycling taken out, washing machine loaded and started.

    Plans for rest of morning
    Put dishes away, shine my sink
    swish and swipe the bathroom
    clean the bath, included everything off the sides and cleaned too
    dust,polish, vacuum downstairs
    Make a start on putting huge pile of clean clothes away upstairs.

    Dont very often feel this energetic so I'm going with it !!!!






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    Super Day Mama-Bear! I remember when my DS over fed the fish! Those problems get traded for others.

    Quote Originally Posted by mommyB View Post
    morning-am in a great mood today and raring to go !!!

    So far-up washed dressed, hair AND make up . Breakfast, made beds, washed dishes, kitchen tidyed and surfaces wiped down girls off to school, bins and recycling taken out, washing machine loaded and started.

    Plans for rest of morning
    Put dishes away, shine my sink
    swish and swipe the bathroom
    clean the bath, included everything off the sides and cleaned too
    dust,polish, vacuum downstairs
    Make a start on putting huge pile of clean clothes away upstairs.

    Dont very often feel this energetic so I'm going with it !!!!
    Whoop! Glad you're feeling better! Let's see -- dishes done, sink cleared, floor swept, laundry rebooted, bed made, dressed in fitness clothes, brekkie and vitamins consumed, light box used, dinner planned, downstairs loo swished and swiped...

    About to vacuum the most of the house up and down, then try to finish ironing, finish laundry... Errands and dinner... Fitness and crochet practice before last class. (Oh, pop into shop forgot a couple of things yesterday.)
    MinnieMel's Silver Diary
    No one put me on a diet, I've put myself on one . . . so, when I cheat, give up, do not do what I should - I'm only failing myself. (Beck Helpful Thought)

    Breaking this into Baby Steps with measurable goals:


    NSVs (Non-Scale Victories)
    Show any loss with May 12, 2014 Restart (- 3 lbs, sts )
    5 Dog Walks of a minimum 20 min. (5, 5)
    Start doing Fitness Classes again (Aqua Fit, Zumba, Kettlebells, etc.) (2 AF, 2 AF)
    Be comfy in Hilfinger cropped jeans US12
    Get into US 10 (on door)
    Be comfy in US 10
    Get into Goal Jeans US 8
    Be comfy in US 8 Jeans (and NEVER gain out of them!)
    Lose the Muffin Top!

    Scale Scores
    Lose to be under 12 stone
    Lose to be 165
    Lose to be 160
    Lose to be at my 2013 lowest weight (156)
    Lose to be in the 10s (153)
    Lose to be under 150
    Lose to be at a healthy BMI - 145
    Lose to be at 10 stone (140)
    Lose 2 to be at the top of my target zone (138)
    Lose 3 to be at 135 and ...
    finally Lose 2 to be at Goal! (133)


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    Sounds like a busy day there Mel !!

    I have completed my list, didnt just make a start on putting the clothes away, have put the majority of them away-ran out of time so will finish when i get back from work.
    As I've gone around the house this morning I've been making a list in my head of what needs doing in each room and how to break it down into managable chunks-maybe it IS time to get that control journal going






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    Dont We just love Flylady!

    15 mins of this and that gets it all done! I love it!

    Washed and showered to shoes, even got make up on today!
    swished and swiped bathroom
    made bed and tidied up
    did washing up and shined sink
    washing on and on the line
    washed out the stinky kitchen bin! yuck
    cut up veg for soup in slow cooker
    on here for ...... HOW LONG!
    Going to treat myself to a spot of crafting.. got all the fabric out
    then cook dinner and then watch Silent Witness tonight!

    Might even do a bit of Body Magic on the walker for 20 mins!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mommyB View Post
    Sounds like a busy day there Mel !!

    I have completed my list, didnt just make a start on putting the clothes away, have put the majority of them away-ran out of time so will finish when i get back from work.
    As I've gone around the house this morning I've been making a list in my head of what needs doing in each room and how to break it down into managable chunks-maybe it IS time to get that control journal going
    Have the list not ticking things off!

    Quote Originally Posted by susieb33 View Post
    Dont We just love Flylady!

    15 mins of this and that gets it all done! I love it!

    Washed and showered to shoes, even got make up on today!
    swished and swiped bathroom
    made bed and tidied up
    did washing up and shined sink
    washing on and on the line
    washed out the stinky kitchen bin! yuck
    cut up veg for soup in slow cooker
    on here for ...... HOW LONG!
    Going to treat myself to a spot of crafting.. got all the fabric out
    then cook dinner and then watch Silent Witness tonight!

    Might even do a bit of Body Magic on the walker for 20 mins!
    Impressed!
    MinnieMel's Silver Diary
    No one put me on a diet, I've put myself on one . . . so, when I cheat, give up, do not do what I should - I'm only failing myself. (Beck Helpful Thought)

    Breaking this into Baby Steps with measurable goals:


    NSVs (Non-Scale Victories)
    Show any loss with May 12, 2014 Restart (- 3 lbs, sts )
    5 Dog Walks of a minimum 20 min. (5, 5)
    Start doing Fitness Classes again (Aqua Fit, Zumba, Kettlebells, etc.) (2 AF, 2 AF)
    Be comfy in Hilfinger cropped jeans US12
    Get into US 10 (on door)
    Be comfy in US 10
    Get into Goal Jeans US 8
    Be comfy in US 8 Jeans (and NEVER gain out of them!)
    Lose the Muffin Top!

    Scale Scores
    Lose to be under 12 stone
    Lose to be 165
    Lose to be 160
    Lose to be at my 2013 lowest weight (156)
    Lose to be in the 10s (153)
    Lose to be under 150
    Lose to be at a healthy BMI - 145
    Lose to be at 10 stone (140)
    Lose 2 to be at the top of my target zone (138)
    Lose 3 to be at 135 and ...
    finally Lose 2 to be at Goal! (133)


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    Definately something on the air today Suzie !!






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    From this morning: dishes done, sink cleared, floor swept, laundry rebooted, bed made, dressed in fitness clothes, brekkie and vitamins consumed, light box used, dinner planned, downstairs loo swished and swiped...

    About to vacuum the most of the house up and down, then try to finish ironing, finish laundry... Errands and dinner... Fitness and crochet practice before last class. (Oh, pop into shop forgot a couple of things yesterday).

    Updated: downstairs vacuumed, entrance area mopped, cottage pie made (in fridge will pop in oven as I leave for crochet lass -- DD and DS should be back from wall climbing by 6:15 to remove it -- If DH is late getting home. Laundry in dryer and about to start another load (I noticed DS and DD brought down clothes this morning). Cabinet wiped down and Refrigerator scrubbed outside and wiped inside. (Just need to sort paperwork, etc and put magnets back on it.)

    Best cleaning help ever:

    de-cluttering the home, as well as body & mind-image-3144530535.jpg

    Fabulous on tough works, caked on stuff, black heel marks, fingerprint grub -- love these.

    Cooking stuff cleaned up -- getting ready to prep soup for tonight's BNS and chili pepper soup. May iron -- still need to vacuum upstairs.

    DS sorted GF's V-Day gift. Spa vouchers and a cactus. She old Jim no flowers because she's leaving Saturday for Berlin and they'll be dead when she gets back. They're doing their V-Day tomorrow evening before she goes.

    I wonder what I should get myself for Valentines Day? I think DH s feeling very generous after last night's no show. . Hummmmm....
    MinnieMel's Silver Diary
    No one put me on a diet, I've put myself on one . . . so, when I cheat, give up, do not do what I should - I'm only failing myself. (Beck Helpful Thought)

    Breaking this into Baby Steps with measurable goals:


    NSVs (Non-Scale Victories)
    Show any loss with May 12, 2014 Restart (- 3 lbs, sts )
    5 Dog Walks of a minimum 20 min. (5, 5)
    Start doing Fitness Classes again (Aqua Fit, Zumba, Kettlebells, etc.) (2 AF, 2 AF)
    Be comfy in Hilfinger cropped jeans US12
    Get into US 10 (on door)
    Be comfy in US 10
    Get into Goal Jeans US 8
    Be comfy in US 8 Jeans (and NEVER gain out of them!)
    Lose the Muffin Top!

    Scale Scores
    Lose to be under 12 stone
    Lose to be 165
    Lose to be 160
    Lose to be at my 2013 lowest weight (156)
    Lose to be in the 10s (153)
    Lose to be under 150
    Lose to be at a healthy BMI - 145
    Lose to be at 10 stone (140)
    Lose 2 to be at the top of my target zone (138)
    Lose 3 to be at 135 and ...
    finally Lose 2 to be at Goal! (133)


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    Why we keep clutter.

    Clutter has been our security blanket for a very long time. It protected us from people, hard times and having to face ourselves.

    When our homes are cluttered, we don't have people over. That way we don't have to open ourselves up for the public to see how we really are.

    Well I am here to tell you, you are worth getting to know. When you get the clutter out of your home, you will not have to struggle with the guilt of a messy house. Let's peel back these layers of clutter and get down to the real you that has been hiding behind this wall. I don't know you all, but I do know SHEs and we are a fun loving and sweet bunch of people with enough enthusiasm to make the world stand up and take notice. Our only problem is that we go full force or not at all.

    Just like a raging river, we are powerful, but if we could only harness this strength in a more focused fashion. I think our routines are the dam that channels this energy into a productive system.

    You know how hard you have worked in the past and then when the day was over, you were worn out and nothing looked any better. Your husband would come home and say," What have you been up to today?" You would be crushed, because you had worked your bottom off and no one could tell. Or you would be mad and pout or yell.

    If you are having anxiety attacks about releasing some of this clutter in your home; stop and think about what you are afraid of.

    1. Is it the security of have 3 of an item, in case one breaks?
    2. How about the memories that the item evokes when you see it?
    3. And there is always the "Aunt Mary gave us this when we married."
    4. I spent a lot of money on this. I can't possibly give it away.
    5. Oh, I can fix this, but it has been in the basement for 15 years waiting to be fixed.

    I want you to think about these reasons and look deep into the heart of them.

    I see you living your life from an "Oh poor me" attitude. You don't want to let go of these things, because you feel you will never have the money to replace them. We have to work on this.

    I believe this is called hoarding. When you have things in your home that you don't use and others could, this is what you are doing. We have let our homes fill up to the rafters because we are afraid we might need it sometime and then we won't have the money to buy it when we do.

    This attitude of "Oh Poor Me" needs to be addressed. When you think poor, you will be poor. When you give, you will receive. This has been the case for many of our members. Just the act of releasing the clutter has filled them with such joy and love, that more blessings have been bestowed upon them. Many people have discovered money in their piles, in the form of coupons, gift certificates, and checks they had forgotten about.

    When I decluttered our home, I listened to Suze Orman's books on CD. She believes that when we release the clutter that we respect ourselves and this will bring more prosperity into our lives. My husband Robert gave me a quote once, "You are rich in proportion to what you can do without".

    Think RICH! If you look at something and have the thought, I might need that someday, that is a sign that you are not thinking rich. If you say, "Yes, I may have a use for this someday, but right now I don't and when I do need it, I will be able to buy it." For now give it to someone that will use it and that need it more than you do. You will be blessed.

    Now for those Aunt Mary Gifts and other stuff that evokes memories.

    Why do you need things to remind you of someone you love? You have your memories. If you need reminders, take a picture and put them in a scrapbook or something. You don't need STUFF to evoke memories. A lot of the time those memories are not much fun anyway. I got rid of everything in my home that didn't make me smile when I looked at it. I mean this. Everything. Now I only have things around me that bring me joy. When you can walk through your home with a smile on your face, I have done my job.

    Now let's address guilt. The guilt for not liking an item that you got for a gift. It is fine to not like it. It is OK to let it go and let someone else love it. I know that a lot of the things that are in your homes are hand-me-downs. A family member gave them to you. You also feel guilt about releasing these things. Don't! Why do you think they gave them to you in the first place. They wanted them out of their home. If they have served their purpose then, by all means let them go to a new home.

    I have been teased about this Declutter song for a long time now. I just make up the words as I go, but I sing it from the STUFF's point of view. And at the top of my lungs and that is not a pretty sound, but it helps me to let things go when I have a hard time.

    PLEASE RELEASE ME LET ME GO! FOR YOU DON'T LOVE ME ANYMORE!

    You can do this.

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    No one put me on a diet, I've put myself on one . . . so, when I cheat, give up, do not do what I should - I'm only failing myself. (Beck Helpful Thought)

    Breaking this into Baby Steps with measurable goals:


    NSVs (Non-Scale Victories)
    Show any loss with May 12, 2014 Restart (- 3 lbs, sts )
    5 Dog Walks of a minimum 20 min. (5, 5)
    Start doing Fitness Classes again (Aqua Fit, Zumba, Kettlebells, etc.) (2 AF, 2 AF)
    Be comfy in Hilfinger cropped jeans US12
    Get into US 10 (on door)
    Be comfy in US 10
    Get into Goal Jeans US 8
    Be comfy in US 8 Jeans (and NEVER gain out of them!)
    Lose the Muffin Top!

    Scale Scores
    Lose to be under 12 stone
    Lose to be 165
    Lose to be 160
    Lose to be at my 2013 lowest weight (156)
    Lose to be in the 10s (153)
    Lose to be under 150
    Lose to be at a healthy BMI - 145
    Lose to be at 10 stone (140)
    Lose 2 to be at the top of my target zone (138)
    Lose 3 to be at 135 and ...
    finally Lose 2 to be at Goal! (133)


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    Well I have hit a bit of a wall with the sorting. It's got to the stage where everything that's out of place and annoying me is out of place because of the bedroom situation! Got the call yesterday to confirm that the bedroom will be delivered (in kit form) on Tuesday and work will start next Thursday! The following Monday we are having the new carpet laid and we are just waiting for a date for the new bed. Once the new wardrobes have all been fitted I can start to sort all the stuff back into them. Much more stuff will HAVE to go during that process but I am looking forward to 2 weeks time when I will have a lovely bedroom and the lounge will be back to the tidy state it should be
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    I hate the upheavel of any work done Taz but it's always so worth it when it's done-hang in there, just 2 more weeks !!






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    Me too. I don't like being here when work is being done, I'd rather go out and come back when it's all done
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    I'd hit a brick wall with everything lately, but I've woke up feeling much better today. I've been on the go-slow this morning, but after my coffee, here is the plan:

    Take rubbish out
    Do dishes
    Make bed
    Hoover downstairs
    Change the cat litter
    Shower and dress, and general beautification
    Polish downstairs ornaments and furniture

    My husband has arranged to finish work early and will be home at 3, so I want me and the house nice and fresh
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