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Get it done. Finish It

“Get it done” and “finish it” both convey a sense of urgency and determination to complete a task or goal. These phrases can serve as motivational reminders to stay focused and follow through until the task is completed successfully. I spend a lot of time going through life looking at what I’should’ be doing or what I didn’t get done. Instead, we (you and I) should acknowledge how much we have already done.

If you struggle with an invisible illness, you know how sometimes just the basics can be a struggle. Make sure you give yourself credit for what you accomplish. Don’t beat yourself up for what remains undone.

The biggest thing I seem to beat myself up over is the clutter and undone organization. Then I see statements like below, and I know I want to make decluttering the house and having less’stuff’ a priority. 

"A clean and organized physical environment can reduce stress and boost productivity."~ Unknown?

Spring Cleaning For Mental Health

Let us remember: The process of living is enjoying the now, the messy middle, not the happy ending.   We don’t need to beat ourselves up trying to always get it right. 

We can do this! 

Need support? Let me know how I can help. 

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