I have reached a time in my life where I take time to enjoy the view. I love sitting on the porch and gazing out to the setting sun and basking in all that the day has brought my way. I started my journey in My vintage trailer, Lolita with a back door to enjoy the view of each day. Now, my journey continues in a Class B Roadtrek. Life and Dreams Change as life dictates, Come along and enjoy..... My Back Porch View.
Yep, procrastination doesn't come to visit periodically at my house, it is a full time resident. I have always known I work best under pressure with the adrenalin fueling creativity and productivity. As I have gotten older fewer of these power bursts fuel the work that needs to be done. As a result more unfinished projects, delayed maintenance and piles and piles of essential (?) stuff has accumulated. With a new Master Plan for RV travel, liquidating assets to prepare for full time RVing is essential. I have lots of work to do! My usual pattern is to wait until panic sets in and run off the energy of the moment. I seriously doubt I can produce the amount of panic or adrenalin required for all the tasks to be done.
Maybe I need a different strategy to prepare for the life changes coming my way.
Do something everyday that leads towards my goal. Maybe some days I'll do more but I'm committing to at least doing one thing each day. Clean out a closet, the dreaded craft (read crap) room, the garage, barns, sheds, it all needs it's day of purging. Not all the tasks are cleaning and purging of course, planning for the farm animals, and there is research and paperwork to be done. I have a question for all of you who have taken the leap into full time RVing......
What was the task that was hardest for you to get done to ready for a life of RVing?
One thing is clear, today is the day to begin.
Thought for the Day:
Take time to be deliberate, but when the time for action has arrived, stop thinking and go in." Napoleon Bonaparte