I read an article that they are working on AI that detects if your spouse is feeling argumentative mood. It supposedly is accurate up to 79%. I don’t need technology to tell me when things are ripe for an argument -LOL. Being tired seems to be a trigger for us both. How about you?
One of the hardest things for many Christians to do is wait on the Lord. Yet, waiting on His timing to make certain things happen in their lives is hard.
In the very fast-paced world in which we all now live in, things are set up for maximum speed and efficiency.
What do you do to find God’s timing?
Spring Clean and Decluttering at the Speed of Life, while this sounds to good to be true. Here are some tips directly from “A Slob Comes Clean” blogger Dana K. White. (Dana’s words not mine and Kevin’s)
Following the steps in Decluttering at the Speed of Life, you can purge the clutter, no matter how deep.
1. Throw away trash: The goal is to reduce the overall volume of mess. This will make the space less visually overwhelming, and visible progress will spur you to keep decluttering. Grab a black trash bag and hrow things away. It really is that easy.
2. Get the Easy Stuff out of this space. As you pick up an Easy Stuff items, look around for anything else that needs to go the same place. Take things where they go Trash or “keep piles” to deal with later.
3. Work through the clutter, item by item. At this point, you should see a pretty significant difference. Maybe, … the Easy Stuff step got the space under control and you can start with the dusting and shining!
4. As you continue working, pick up one item at a time and make a final decision about it. Decide where it goes (and then take it there) or put it in your Donate Box.