The in and out report is an accountability tally of allllll the things I’ve brought into my lil one bedroom apartment and conversely, a list of all the things I took out. My goal is to net 0 or better yet, export more than I import.
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Ay chihuahua. I sat down and evaluated my spending from February-April and oh man, I am waaaaay too kind to myself. “Another pair of shoes madam?” Oh don’t mind if I do. “Don’t worry, they’re for work!” I rationalize internally. Given the fact I could get away with wearing scrub pants and no one would bat an eyelash, I ought to stop investing in clothes for the sake of work. No I don’t work at a hospital. I work in an office setting that is not even medical adjacent. So yeah, business casual with lots of liberties in the dress code.
and other heavily female trafficked social media sites.
I was setting up The Mindful Hustle on Pinterest the other day and found myself prickling at, what I perceived to be, some latent sexism. Let me explain: I was creating a board called “Financial” and in addition to naming it, Pinterest prompted me to further categorize the board using a list of pre-defined subjects.
I promise one day I will post something other than GSD lists. Today is not that day.
How did I do last week? Not too shabby. By the end of the week I had added and crossed off a few more items, and the only things that rolled over into this week are in CAPS. I am effectively yelling at myself. Car stuff is just….so…..blah.
I also added two new long term goals under GSD 2016! As always you can find the updated daily version here.
As I mentioned before, my GSD list is renewed every Monday. Sometimes (like this week) it looks a lot like the week before because I did not follow my own advice and Get. Shit. Done. Shame on me! Follow along here as it gets updated throughout the week. Hopefully I will be able to cross a few more things off. Otherwise see list below.
Or as I affectionately refer to it, my “Get Sh*t Done” list.
Every Monday I create a new one. Sometimes I’m able to cross everything off by Sunday. Most times I’m not. But the best part is: I no longer forget altogether the things I’ve been meaning to do.
This week’s list: