Quotations and Advice for Realistic Living - Day Twenty



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Day Eight Tasks

1. Take a bath or shower. Wear cologne, perfume, deodorant, floss and brush your teeth. Shave. Do nails, eyebrows, ears.

No clothes.

2. Bed made, room picked up, laundry washed, kitchen clean, floor scrubbed. Check the toliets and sinks.

Make a list now; M - F. Assign one simple housekeeping chore to each day. Keep it simple. Monday could be vacuuming living room carpet; Tuesday could be washing towels day. Wednesday may be scrubbing kitchen floor day. No more than two cleaning activities per day; no more than 20 minutes total time required.

3. Review yesterday's hourly chart and make new chart for tomorrow.

Add to your lists of unproductive and productive activities.

4. Two more photos.
5. Make a list of six additional relatives or friends with whom you do not regularly respond.

Make another M-F list. Write the name of each person next to a day. Plan to do a two or three sentence email to the person your assigned to each day. Make a copies of these emails and file.

6. Two more "thank you emails."

Print copies and put in a folder.

7. Take a very good look at your body in the mirror. List three things you really like about your body; three things that you would like to change about your body.
8. At the end of the day, sit quietly in your living room or bedroom and write down the three or four things that you remember most about your childhood. Again, a new page with lots of room so we can continue adding to this list.
9. Put $1.25 in cash in a glass on your bedstand.
Accumulating tasks... just a reminder---

Eye contact always with everyone you meet. Making your bed. Photos. Names of any new people you meet. Background notes on the people that you have trouble liking. Growing lists of productive and unproductive work behaviors. Growing lists of things people at work complain about. Schedule of email correspondance; daily list of chores. Childhood things.

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