Accomplishment task: Part 2

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There it is. The bottom of my laundry basket. Haven’t seen it for a while. What a glorious sight it is. Not to mention my laundry decorated apartment. Christmas decorations can wait, right? And now I only have the folding party left. The fun part! I love it, cause you may as well watch a good Christmas movie while doing it.

Okay, true, emptying my laundry basket probably wasn’t the best or biggest task I could have decided to do today. Had I wanted to be smart the task probably would have been to pound my three school assignments in one day. But that wasn’t the point. The point was simply to get out of the dark hole of feeling lazy and static. To prove that I still can get things done. To help me sleep better tonight. Cause that’s what success is, isn’t it? To have such a clear conscience that you can sleep well every night. Knowing you accomplished something worth while today.

Well, my laundry basket is gonna be happy for a while, that’s for sure.

So it’s like in the quote on my previous post. That accomplishing the small things that many people have done a million times before you, makes you feel like you can do anything. Becuase you know that you can do something. Why not anything? Is there that big a difference between the definitions of ‘something’ and ‘anything? Really?

All I know is that instead of sulking at 3pm tomorrow because I haven’t gotten much done, I’ll roll out of bed tomorrow feeling motivated to get to work. And that’s the point. Motivation.

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