|Earliest: July 14, 2003||Latest: December 3, 2017||Total: 44|
|August 9, 2007|
SONGS TO SPICE YOUR MOOD
Depressed "Dance with Life" Bryan Ferry, "Keeper of the Flame" Martin Page, "I go to the Rock" Aaron Jeffery, "Emotions!" Mariah Carey, "Back in the High Life" Steve Winwood
Down and lonely-"Have a little faith" Jewel, "I have the touch" Peter Gabriel, "Get up Stand Up!" Bob Marley "Express Yourself" Madonna
Feel bummed about life-"I just want to Fly" Sugarray, "Elevate Your Mind" "I Feel Good" James Brown, "Wind Beneath my Wings" Bette Midler
Blue because nothing is going right- "Get knocked down" Chumba Wumba,"Don't Stop" by Fleetwood Mac, "Holiday" Madonna, "Promise of a New day" Paula Abdul "Life Is a Highway" Tom Cochran "Return to Innocence" ENIGMA
Choose to feel good for once this week-"Cherish" Madonna, "You're Simply the Best!" Tina Turner
Choose to get that zip back in your attitude-"Walking on Sunshine," Katrina and the waves, "Parra Von DeVas" The Iguannas, "Stir it up!" Bob Marley or B-Tribe, salsa or reggae is great too! (watch lyrics though) "Zippi Dee Doo Dah"
Tune to spark that," I can do anything!" feeling-"One Moment in Time" Whitney Houston, "King of the Raod"general
|June 1, 2007|
This weekend I'll be cleaning the basement and organizing some of my stuff. Yes, I have lots of stuff. The basement is a mess and its long overdue for a good cleaning and organization. There are three key things that need to be sorted/put away that are cluttering the basement: Clothes, Computer Stuff, Books. Here's my plan to tackle each one of them.
I have a lot of clothes that are in trash bags sitting on the floor in the basement. Due to my success at Weight Watchers, many of these clothes are too big for me. This weekend I will be sorting the clothes into three piles: clothes that I don't need anymore, winter clothes, and clothes worth keeping. Summer clothes should be moved upstairs.
I have lots of DVD-Rs, Zip Disks and Floppy Disks. My solution will be to use an 18-Gal bin for all my floppy disks and Zip disks. These are legacy storage media, and while most cleaning experts would advise to throw them out, I do plan to back the media to a modern storage device such as Blue Ray or Hard Drive. The key thing I want to have is a central location for all my legacy media.
I also have a collection of cables and will be sorting these out into two categories: Audio/Video Cables, and Computer Cables. This will make finding cables a lot easier. Since I have different types of USB cables, I plan on labeling USB cables that are not USB2 compatible.
The main goal is to get the books off the floor and onto some shelves that are in the basement. I don't need to keep all the books, as most of them are old computer books that have absolutely no value. The best option is to drop these at the recycling center. I do have some books that are worth some money, and these will go in a special bin.
|May 31, 2007|
According to Michele Passoff, author of Lighten Up! Free Yourself from Clutter, "everything that is important must have a specific place. If it doesn't, it's trash." Since the wastebasket may be the most important and most underused item in your home office, you may want to ask these questions when deciding whether or not to trash a piece of paper:
In early 2002, I decided to declutter my apartment in San Jose, California. I came up with six rules to live by:
|July 14, 2003|
I'll be adding additional features, such as searching and better navigations. But I like the transition so far.
I am surprise that the number of train commuters hasn't gone down since summer is here. In fact there appears to be more people taking the train now.