I am back from a spring break vacation in Colorado with my family. I love vacations but it is hard to get back into routines once we are home again. Clutter seems poised to attack: mail, laundry, paperwork, bills, reading that has piled up, housework, and basic errands like refilling the fridge and restocking the household staples.
Trying to stay calm, I try to work systematically and quickly through these catch-up tasks. I try to be kind to myself and give myself permission to not try to get everything done at once.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
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