“I would have assumed you understood despite our vague suggestion otherwise, we do not welcome constructive criticism.” -David Thorne
There are two topics that elicit spontaneous snarkiness from folks: weight and clutter issues. This week I am tackling both and the name of my diet book (the title seems to change from week to week) is “The Declutter Diet”.
What is the name of your Diet book? Cuz, I know we are all writing one whether we know it or not.
Marie Kondo, the author of “The LifeChanging Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” suggests that:
The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.
If this decluttering thing keeps up, I’ll not only be maintaining my weight with some ease but after 71 years will finally be aware of what I really need.
I hope to hell I can afford it.
“The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.”
“Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fueled by procrastination”
Also, I have a few critical words about the depiction of the obese characters on the very popular TV program called, “This is Us”. I don’t suspect I’ll win any fans with my take on it, but, really, it’s been buggin’ me since I first started watching the program that I like overall but weakening with growing skepticism after each episode.
Email me the title of your diet book, thoughts on decluttering, weight management or “This is Us” at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, constructive criticism is all relative.
Photo of my oven racks being cleaned:
Here’s a photo of my newly decluttered bathroom which uncovered my lost favorite hammer hiding. What? Doesn’t everyone store their hammers in the bathroom?