I'm just stalling out a lot on getting the piles out of the way since most of it is being Sold Off in my spaces at the Antique Mall and I don't have the room for any of it yet! So with not having sufficient place for it to just be until it's priced and hauled off to the Showroom and Booth, it's languishing seemingly everywhere unceremoniously piled up and a Hot Mess! I'm glad other than Fridge Guy we're not expecting any Guests for a while, since it's embarrassing to have so many rooms of the house so cluttered with miscellany!
I know most people Spring Clean but I always assume that other people are a whole lot more efficient and organized about it so their Homes probably don't look like a total disaster during The Process? I could be wrong, and if yours is too and you don't mind coming clean about it, I won't feel quite like the Lone Ranger and a total slob about my Process being so haphazard! The stalling out bothers me too because I feel rather in Limbo about having too many things going on and now half-finished.
It's not only the constant distractions, it's often the lack of Ambition on many of the days I could be doing something about some of it and I just don't! It's True, lately my Ambition reserve is seriously depleted and I don't feel at all Ambitious most days. Or if I start I often fade at the gate... after about an hour in I'm usually ready to call it a day because it's physically tapped me out already! Mental exhaustion soon follows the physical, because when I can't or don't finish something, then that mentally drains and rather overwhelms me too. Then I default to Avoidance Mode to save face and pretend it doesn't bother me.
So it was with Pleasure and gusto that I defaulted both Thursday and Saturday to Retail Therapy at The Sweet. I didn't even wanna think about what I had all over the house scattered, piled and generally a Hot Mess and not being dealt with either day! Or even right now while I Blog! *Winks* It's Avoidance at it's finest and I've apparently become expert at it, which is weird to me since I never was a procrastinator before I got into my Senior years.