Admittedly, "I don't have time" is an expression that defines priorities. After all, the point isn't "how much" time one has, it is which activities this person chooses to dedicate time and importance to.
If we accupy ourselves too much with things that don't make us thrive or smile (preferrably, thrive and smile), seems like it's time to change. When we realize something is important, we find a way to make that happen often.

For instance: having breakfast calmly on a daily basis is a luxury? It might even be, I guess, but when I start my day slowly, my moof and ability to concentrate are so much better, so I come up with ways to ensure this little luxury.


By the way - Preparing a menu: how and why

04/01/2016 - 2 Comments - By the way | Organization

Good morning, my darlings!
Let's shake up the dust and move this blog a little? I miss publishing here! How are you? 

I thought I'd start the year with a post about organization, since this is a moment so many of are in the mood to organize habits.
I've been thinking lately about how many times I recently (before the holidays) could have eaten tastier/healthier/cheaper lunches and snacks, if I took the time to plan previously. Of course, I enjoy eating out too, but when I choose to do so for pleasure, not for sloth.
I could have eaten at home, or taken something nice with me, but I didn't go shopping. I could go shopping, but what to buy, and how much? In which days will I be home in this week?
Sketching a menu can help a lot with this procrastination, and is not complicated at all (although it might seem to be).

A good way to learn new things is to observe how other people do daily chores at their homes. 
This trick I am presenting today is simple as can be, I've only seen it in one household so far, and it stops any human being from fiddling about with the garbage.