[Downsizing Zeal] Decluttering For Dreams

My dreams have three main types, where other than incomprehensible, they’re usually contemporary to current events or where I’d like to go in life. When I haven’t addressed current woes, my dreams might be abstract nightmares where I’ll be thrust into threatening situations. When I’ve decluttered my contemporary obligations, my dreams will explore where I could go next. I had one of these forward-thinking dreams last night after a day spent decluttering any contemporary stresses.

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[Sober Living] Don’t Work Late

Throughout these over 900 essays, if there’s anything I’ve learned about myself, it’s that I have the most energy in the morning then it fades off from there. Morning’s dew is indifferent to evening’s stew of failures and shortcomings throughout the previous day. My dreams abstractly tell me what’s wrong and vaguely points out how I can fix these benign problems. My evening routine: prepare my coffee, lunch, hydrate, soak in the tub, then go sleep.

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[Downsizing Zeal] One For Three

There are myriad downsizing constructs like “one in, one out” that logically make sense, but don’t address the roots of clutter: An overattachment to objects that might have initially made us happy but no longer do. My concert shirt collection is broken into three categories: Frequently worn indoors, occasionally worn outdoors, and seldom worn outdoors. I stopped splurging on new shirts about six months ago. I’m more critical now, which meant one in… three out.

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[Downsizing Zeal] How Many Cables?

Over a lengthy career, which includes many contracted projects wherein we could keep any approved hardware so long as we were careful about what and how much, I acquired too many boxes of computer equipment. Mainly spare cables and peripherals. As society moves away from needing as much spare troubleshooting equipment and personnel, I too must adapt. How many power cables do I need? Network cables? How many spare computer parts should I keep around?

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[Downsizing Zeal] Weight of Cassettes

I hadn’t realized the weight of cassette tapes throughout all the time I’d listened to them in my old car until I had to move five milk cartons full of them. They’re heavy! As I looked through the top stacks of cassettes, too, I realized I didn’t care enough about one, two, then twenty cassettes, before asking myself: What if I only kept five cassettes? Some changes in perspectives help shape your major life goals.

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[Rowing Machine] 2019: Week 28 {224.5} “My Fitness Goals”

I am two pounds away from weighing my lightest in ten years. Counting my calories, with clear implications that the more I snack the further I’ll travel away from my goals, has especially helped me burn off that weight. Does that weight loss necessarily correlate with my long-term fitness goals? Let’s return to 873 days ago. That’s when I first considered why I wanted to write about health and fitness: so I can better enjoy life.

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[Downsizing Zeal] Three Hours Daily?

Autonomy is the major crux of every downtrodden colleague or employed individual I’ve ever met. They will complain about how they haven’t got this, haven’t received that, and will tell any pity stories they can to gain sympathy. I can empathize with their pain, however, I will not take it on because of one reason: We have more time in our day than we think. With my work schedule, I estimated three hours for self-development.

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