When it comes to journaling, no matter how much I try to change, how much I attempt to make changes, I always come back to one simple way of doing things.
When it comes to writing, I like my things organized a certain way. No matter how I try to change my system and all of a sudden add some things that make sense at that time, I always go back to the same system I started out with.
When it comes to organizing my craft supplies, I change things constantly. Something goes there, something goes there, something always goes back to the same storage.
I know what works for me. I know what I am comfortable with.
The mind doesn’t like comfortable. The mind loves to soss what ifs in your face and then makes you ponder, agonizing over your decisions.
The mind doesn’t do simplicity.
But, I do. At my core, I know what I want is simple systems and doing things a certain way that makes sense to me, and me alone.
There is also one simple truth that is undeniable: making changes all the time costs energy and time. I could probably have done a lot more if I didn’t keep changing all the time. And that is where the harsh truth lives.
Changing things all the time equals procrastination. If it works, it works.
Doing the work my soul calls out for is way more important than changing what works.