I don’t know about you, but I find it challenging some days to eat all the vegetables I ought to. I “strive for five” a day, and yet I sometimes fall short.
Luckily, garden vegetables seem to make it easier. After going to the trouble of growing them, it would be such a waste not to eat them. And some are perennials that come up year after year.
I’ve had a too-full life recently, so today I’m reminding myself of the practical lessons in Getting Things Done, by David Allen, for better organizing my life. Here’s what he says about managing all the things you want to do.
Homesharing is about two or more people living together, and it can include all ages, incomes, and abilities. Each person has their own bedroom (furnished or unfurnished), and they share common spaces such as kitchen, living room, and yard. Depending on the situation, they may or may not share a bathroom.
What kind of life story would you write? As if you were a victim? Or maybe a hero? Or perhaps as a learner? Ed Bacon in his book, The 8 Habits of Love, points out that we can choose what kind of story we create for ourselves. I believe that this can also help us shape new directions and identities as we go through life.