I find what I daydream about most is this ridiculously gorgeous home that I will own someday. (We all dream, right?)
Some people say that daydreaming and focusing on what others have that you wish you had is not a good thing. Sure, it's no good to spend your life wallowing in jealousy of others. I agree. But what I find is that allowing myself a bit of daydreaming time helps me figure out myself a lot better.
What do I really want?
And more importantly . . .
How can I make myself more productive in order to achieve what I want?
Now, I admit, watching The Office while reading cookbooks is most likely not going to get me my dream home. I'm still figuring out what's going on there. But for the time being, I can focus on the little things I want to do to improve things.
Like my desk.
I have this lovely desk. A hand-me-down desk, but I love it nonetheless.
It has a matching sofa table that is being used as extra counter space in the kitchen right now, and matching side tables that are being used in my bedroom. Hey, I make the most of what I got!
All of the pieces are green and tan. Some paint has been scraped off. There are watermarks from glasses without a coaster sitting on them. One of the little drawers has a knob missing. Let's just say these pieces need work.
And my goal is to fix it all up into something beautiful!
A little (or a lot of) sanding, some new paint/stain, maybe new adorable knobs for the drawers!
The possibilities are endless.
Now who says I'm not using my temporary unemployment to it's fullest?!
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