Organizational Ideas from Brisket the Pug
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Organizational ideas from a dog? Sure, why not?!
Meet Brisket the Pug (photo on right is the first day we got her!). Like other dogs, she lives a carefree and simple life. She's always present in the moment and loves to eat and sleep. She takes her job as a companion very seriously and follows me everywhere I go (including the bathroom).
Brisket is a very bright light in my life and always brings a smile to my face. I'm grinning right now as I write this; she's snoring very loudly next to me face down in the rug (photo of this is below).
I've learned so many life lessons from my
smoosh-faced little Pug, and I am constantly inspired by her. Hence, I
decided to create this page and share her funny little face and sunny
disposition with you. I hope you get as much entertainment and inspiration from reading this page as I did creating it. Here's 30 days of organizational ideas and positive affirmations from Brisket the Pug. Enjoy!
30 Days Of Organizational Ideas & Positive Affirmations From Brisket The Pug
Surround yourself with a positive, warm environment.
Get rid of everything else.
A place for everything, and everything in its place.
Use old things in new ways - curtain AND blanket.
Forget multi-tasking. Do one thing at a time,
and give it all of your attention.
Want what you have and then you'll have what you want.
Increase productivity by napping often (and anywhere).
Get the whole family involved in clean up time.
Take a step back to see the bigger picture
and plan accordingly.
Be yourself (even with schmutz on your face).
We are not perfect and that's just fine. Embrace it, and feel comfortable accepting a helping hand.
Make your bed every morning (with the dog in it, if necessary) for a neat start to your day.
Dream big. Nothing is impossible. One step at a time.
Procrastinate later. :)
Face your fears. You won't fail...
you'll just figure out how not to do something.
Enjoy the little things (like flowers!),
and free your mind of complicated mental clutter.
Be present in the moment and bask in it.
You can't hide. Overcome procrastination by breaking down your projects into small, doable tasks.
Do a little bit every day, and you'll
conquer your goals in no time.
Give others the benefit of the doubt, and listen to what they have to say. You might be surprised or impressed or learn something new.
Give yourself the morning off and sleep in at least once a week. They don't call it beauty sleep for nothing!
Put it away right away...or else!
Snug as a Pug on a rug - like goes with like
(or rhyme goes with rhyme).
If it feels right and comfortable, then it is.
Thinking that your best days are behind you is detrimental. Your best days are always ahead of you; be excited for what is to come.
View your mistakes as learning experiences and opportunities to become a better person.
Visualize success. What does it look like? Feel like? If you can envision it, then you have something to work towards.
Get rid of the paper clutter, and
go digital with as many things as you can.
Stuck? Mental block? Overwhelmed? Step back or step away completely. The answer will come to you.
We are better and stronger together.
Need to clear your mind? Want to get happy instantly? Watch or look at something funny. What would your caption for this photo be? Put your answer in the comments section below!
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