I can’t put the real title on this one. I’ve decided that the title “Organizing the Freezer” goes against the fiber of my being. Freezers should never need to be organized. I store a tiny amount of food in the freezer. Popsicles, frozen waffles and usually some meat waiting to be defrosted and that never stays in there for longer than a few days. Also, organizing a freezer is possibly the most boring thing ever on earth. I know you’re dying for a before and after:
Are you still with me? Basically, I emptied the freezer, then remembered to take a picture (dumb blogger) and then I wiped everything down with a sponge and put everything back. I know, amazing, right?
So, how do I redeem this post that is just beyond boring? I want to talk about this challenge, #write31days. It may not be the most enthralling topic and that’s definitely a lesson I’ve learned for next year, but it is reminding me of what motivates me. I’m competitive by nature (ask me about bowling at a baby shower this weekend and beating my 10 year daughter, my elderly mother and my cousins fiancee. I smoked those fools). Committing to this challenge has ignited that competitive fire and I will finish it, no matter what. Having the proper motivation has shown me that I’m not *that* tired when I get home from work. I can spend 10-30 minutes on a project. I have to remember this and apply it to other areas of my life. Actually, I already have a secret project I am working on alongside the #write31days challenge that I will be revealing at the end of the month. And bam, just like that I dropped a bomb and turned this post around.
Have I hooked you??
If you want to follow from the beginning of my #write31days journey, click here. Some of the posts are way more interesting, like when I washed my leather Coach bag in the washing machine. Seriously. I really did that.