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sat posted: Sat 2019-04-13 06:58:32 tags: healing
rinse all the dishes, run dishwasher
wipe up stovetop and wipe down inside of microwave
hummer feeder
litter genie
clean commode
hair - brows - nose - pits - nails
deep-clean shaver
balcony + kitchen trash out
mail decedent tax return
solve for more kitchen counter space: move cookbooks onto top of cabinet
lunch on leftovers
empty dishwasher
empty out Safenotes and ProtectedText; rotate pwd
Empty mega.nz cloud storage. There is ample paid cloud storage now.
Castle Age: unload level-up stam and energy and some potions on a Vargulis for green xtals
pay washer/dryer rental
pay down main "miscellaneous" credit card
review cyclical to-do tasks and re-home them to the new to-do sheet

paralegal said maybe 1041 is not required? review that message
shop Rhine cruises

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clean window casings and shower tile w/mild bleach solution
Solve the perpetually damp, ergo inevitably smelly dishrag problem

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I often jot down notes about things that would be good for me, where for example the thing that would be good is "practice mindfulness meditation on a regular schedule", and the note jotted is intended to remind me of pertinent techniques - e.g. the "5-4-3-2-1" sensory inventory, and body scan. The problem is I do not have a "folder" for notes about "regular practice of mindfulness meditation". It's nice that there's a zillion various self-help topics searchable here by the "healing" tag but I think the likelihood of me sifting the database for these jewels, if/when I DO take up a regularly-scheduled practice of mindfulness meditation, is low. Maybe Keep and my new to-do tool can combine to manage granular notes like that.

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Feelings are real, and feelings are not subject to external validation - but not all feelings are proportional, situationally appropriate, or healthy. If you grew up with emotional chaos and dysfunction then it's going to be more likely that your own emotional spectrum is distorted, and your ability to predict other peoples' emotional responses is impaired. Al-Anon promises that you'll learn to trust your feelings, but the corollary is you'll first need to learn where you tend to gravitate to disproportionate, inappropriate or unhealthy feelings.