Every morning I put on my new sneakers and take my morning walk. Every time I do that, it reminds me of my newly acquired motto: Do it Now . It & # 39; now & # 39; is not about exercise (although that is true). It's about the decision to stop waiting for a sale or until I feel like buying something I need and use every day. or the last minute) to arrange something I had to do. If I had only waited two weeks, all department stores would be closed. I'd be stuck with my hollow, run-down, shin splint that caused old sneaks.
I wish I had paid more attention to some other tasks. My beautiful stereo has been muted for months and months because the turntable is not working (and probably needs a new band). Dealing with it has been on my to-do list for months and months. Now I have no idea when I can fix it, or even how, because so many stores ̵
This new motto – and the lesson I learned about it – has helped me overcome my procrastination about submitting important (but tedious) paperwork and personal administrative tasks, about stupid household chores. have been procrastinating for months and projects that I had always been looking forward to & # 39; make ends meet & # 39 ;. (Of course the fact that I'm housebound has a lot to do with it too!) But it also means I don't put off contacting a friend, contacting people or even quitting for self-care, like do my nails.
What about you? What lesson did the quarantine teach you that changed your life for the better? Let us know in the comments and we'll update this column with your classes on Friday.
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