And let's just say that the past four days my house has been a mess.
But enough about that.
My house is getting cleaner.
Infact, I just surprised myself by spontaneously cleaning a small closet that has been bothering me. It is opened once or twice a day to get napkins for the table or dusting rags for the furniture, and usually I'm the only one who goes in there, the sole person to see the mess. To say it annoys me would be an understatement. I have been wanting to clean this closet since August. Every day, each week, other things would be deemed more important and it would stay sloppy, unorganized, and even behind the closed door the cloth napkins and table cloths and flower vases would mock me.
But today, I conquered it. In 15 minutes or less. David and I brain stormed. We selected a few items to sell online, we discovered a few new storage solutions, and now I can open that door and smile.
I tell anyone who is on a wellness journey that the small victories are the biggest. This little closet proves my point. Your house is only as clean as your messiest closet. Your diet is only as clean as your most processed, sugar and calorie laden meal. I'm making a conscientious effort to improve both.