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Pop Planting Our Pennies October 18,6: Take the 90 minute run I do most mornings — Audiobook time.
Most audiobooks have between cds. Even when I was learning and using tons of new skills renovating our rental property with Mr. PoP, we pretty much always had a podcast or audiobook playing.
Reply julia October 18,6: Pop — You and I are much alike in this area! I also love to listen to podcasts while I run and while I do household chores.
I think we all need mental space for reflection, not even active reflection, just a time of reduced inputs into the brain. This has been vital to my creative life, and well worth my time!
Pop Planting Our Pennies October 18,4: I completely agree that some time without screens or sounds is definitely necessary — and my yoga instructor would say I need to meditate more.
Some of my weird blog posts come about wandering on these walks and just seeing where my mind goes. Just not sure I could get all zen-blissed on starching collars.
I read somewhere that Thoreau went on hour walks most days to think, and I also read a great article by Joan Didion about how important her long runs are for her writing. Best wishes on your writing, running, and ironing: Reply peter October 18, Last road trip, she downloaded an interesting audio book for us to enjoy on our drive about 5 minutes before we left!
Reply Dave November 19,6: I hate yardwork of all kinds. My solution was to first, when building the house, have absolutely nothing in the yard to maintain. No leaves to rake.
There are also requirements as part of the neighborhood for that. So fine, I have a lawn. My yard is so big I would need a riding mower to mow it. And then I pay the neighbor kid 25 dollars for him to mow for me using his own mower and his own gas.
Life is too short to do something you hate. That is how much I hate it. So I feel pretty good about paying someone else 25 to do it with their own equipment. Reply Drew October 18, Not only that, but unlike a lot of jobs, you can immediately see the impact of your work.
Was always one of my favorite chores growing up, and I had a lot to choose from. Holly ClubThrifty October 18,6: And guess what, not wanting to own stuff saves a ton of money.
Can you tell I hate stuff? Anyway, another great post! Time is what I value most- more than money. The way that I see it is that earning and saving now is buying myself time in the future by becoming financially independent. When that time comes, I will use that time to do whatever the hell I want!The 10 Thought Habits of People with High Self-Worth.
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