drawer. Sunday , May 14th , 2017 - 03:12:35 AM
You probably have a toolkit, or a junk drawer, that contains tools that you use to perform tasks such as cutting paper, tightening screws, gluing things together Have you ever tried to cut paper without scissors? Tighten a screw with your finger nail? Get something to stick together without glue? You probably have - and wished that you had (or found) the appropriate tool.
This exercise of organizing useful life tools will help you to remember to use appropriate life tools to perform various life tasks and enable you to better deal with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
Its that time of year again. Spring is in the air and its time for your annual spring cleaning. Its time to go through that junk drawer. You know which one Im talking about-the drawer that you put everything that youre not sure if youre going to use it again, but you dont want to throw it away-just in case. The one with the old twist ties, that single battery or those miscellaneous keys that surely go to something you see where Im going with this. If your junk drawer is like mine, you probably could dump the whole drawer in the garbage and not even miss anything in it. Junk has a way of reproducing itself into brand new junk.
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