Flylady Diane - Zone 2 (Working in the kitchen, April 2017)

Flylady Diane - Zone 2 (Working in the kitchen, April 2017)


KD said…
Hey Diane, been loving the videos!!! You’ve inspired me to up my game in the wardrobe dept.!
Here’s a good Flylady testimonial that I’ve kept…thought you might use it to make a video with. I also was wondering if you’d perhaps do a 27 fling boogie video – 27 to throw away, 27 to give away, 27 to put away, etc. The 27 fling boogie is what really helped get me started when I had a three story house along w/a basement – all full of clutter!!! Flylady’s statement ‘Your home is not a landfill’ really helped!

I am not D. the writer of the oldie but goodie below, so if you use her stuff, please give her the credit. It’s one I re-read from time to time for inspo.
Whenever I plant a new plant in my garden I have always welcomed them to my garden party and told them to ‘live long & prosper’!

~~K.D. Flying inside the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma, USA

Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 03:47:02 -0000
Subject: FLYLADY: Testimonial: I am a QUITTER! GO ME!!!
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You need to know that I QUIT! :

I QUIT being a martyr.
I QUIT being a perfectionist.
I QUIT giving control to others.
I QUIT coming up with excuses why I shouldn't get rid of clutter
I QUIT letting others put me down.
I QUIT bad habits.
I QUIT saying it and started doing it.
I QUIT keeping unloved things.
I QUIT procrastinating.
I QUIT making mount washmore.
I QUIT leaving dishes in the sink.
I QUIT stinking thinking.
I QUIT putting everything before my family.
I QUIT putting everyone before me (unnecessarily).
I QUIT walking around barefoot.
I QUIT denying family and friends entrance to my home.
I QUIT having yard sales.
I QUIT saying "I can't".
I QUIT missing out on the little things.

I am proud to be a QUITTER!


~Fly Baby D. Buffalo, NY

You are not behind! I don't want you to try to catch up; I just want you to jump in where we are. O.K.?

FLY to Thrive in 2005