Life is beautifully busy, but it is hard for me to keep up at home, and when things get really bad I have found myself with head in hand yelling out loud, “I want to live in a spa, D@#M*T! When my house gets extremely untidy and chaotic, it can look like a cyclone hit it. Stuff in piles waiting to be put away … Overdue projects sitting in the corner staring me down, creating guilt … Dishes piling up … The laundry of yesterday – back again today … There are currently dust bunnies dangling off the noses of some of my most treasured keepsakes!
And ever so sadly for me, if some kind soul pops over for a visit, I’m not excited about it as I find myself in a state of humiliation apologizing over and over again for the mess.
Recently I had some time to think about the home I dream of for my family. I found that journaling my visions for a life of living in a spa inspired me to get a few more things done around the house. And so, I have decided to make it my new hobby. Spadom is a term I have coined for myself. I define Spadom as the condition of living in a spa. I want to live a Life of Spadom.
Now, I’m not exactly sure how I’m going to do all this, but I want to see how much progress I can make in a year if I blog about it for inspiration. I don’t know how these blog tools work, and that will be an adventure in itself. But, at least while I’m in the blogosphere I can talk to myself – And if you can’t talk to yourself, who can you talk to? If I make a few friends along the way to root me on, that would be a groovy thing too.
Today is June 27, 2018. Once I figure out how, I will post some pictures of what my house looks like today – a sort of baseline. Then I plan on posting my Journey to Spadom for a year. On June 27, 2019, we will see the end result.
I believe we were all born to love one another, and I wish us all a life of Spadom.
P.S. My profile picture is my intention picture for June 27, 2019. I intend to feel 30 years younger, 30 pounds lighter, and relaxed from living a life of Spadom.
Ok, so here are some pics… I’d prefer it if you laughed with me and not at me, but that’s up to you. I have a friend named Lisa who laughs with me. She would say that these are the things I have on display today.
These are just a few trivial things I need to fix. But the goal is to cleanse my mind, body, and my home.