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I’m recording episode 37 from my furthest back trail rock under a tree at Descanso Gardens. There was a film crew in the gardens today, so I had to move further back to limit noise.
Shout-outs to Abby for her fine review on iTunes, Sandy for her brave support of listener, Gracie, and Cheryl, Abby and Sue for joining and participating in our new Spark People Team for Brave Companions. I talk about my new Compulsive Overeating Diary channel on YouTube and my 30 minute video bike ride that you can see there. Finally, a comments conversation between Sue, Cheryl and me sparks me to think how clutter, overspending and overeating might all be related.
The pretty flowers I saw on my walk through Descanso Gardens today. More fun than cleaning the clutter! But that clutter remains in the back of my mind.
I like to at least make my bed every day. Then, when I go to sleep at night, I feel like I’m in a B & B instead of in a wad of crumpled sheets. Notice the start of clutter on my night table though. It is a struggle for me, but no matter how crazy I feel, that made bed makes me feel proud of myself.
This is what I see from the bed. I’ve been thinking about clearing this small clutter for about 4 months. I always mean to do it tomorrow. Besides my jewel cases, which belong here, there are boxes from my audio equipment, extra cords and inputs, and many lipsticks that I no longer wear.
Sandy’s comment to Grace
Our clutter conversation on day 36
See Laurie’s bike ride on YouTube
Catch up with Laurie
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My Instagram page at LaurieDreamWeaver
The Spark People Team we created for listeners of Compulsive Overeating Diary who might like to count calories. Welcome Cherry! So far, we’re up to nine team members, and we would welcome some more! 10/22/14- no longer an active team due to lack of participation
My new page with instructions for all of the ways (so far) that you can send audio and lend your voice to this podcast.
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Leave your comments, questions, feelings and stories on Laurie’s podcast voicemail hotline – 206-350-6445.
Host: Laurie Weaver
Main Theme: I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
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