Nest: Day 2
Do your do… and shop, too.
You’re going to be grouchy when you look in the mirror (if you resemble Habithacker herself, that is). That’s why today we begin a little image revamp. If you work at home, like me, instead of donning those chewed up old clothes, force yourself into something nicer.
I admit this step is one of the hardest for me. As you can see, my clever cockatoo likes to remodel my clothes. I don’t wear t-shirts…I wear cocka-tees.
Before you go to your job today, add a little something extra to your outfit: a scarf, earrings, a handbag you don’t usually use. Better yet, girlfriend and guyfriend, go ahead and buy something new.
To be a proper habithacker of the nest requires a few supplies. In future days you will use the following tools:
I prefer one I can clip to my clothes, a timer that vibrates rather than beeps. You can use whateveryou wish, even your microwave timer . In a later review, I’ll talk about some of the best and most unique timers on the market (hints: Polder makes a nice inexpensive one; flylady.net makes an unattractive but reliable model;but my fav is the very expensive–and according to some, hard to program–Invisible Timer that gets bad reviews on amazon. YMMV).
The most practical, available, and inexpensive notebook you can get is a simple three-ring binder. Try one with a vinyl, see-through cover so you can customize it as one of your art projects .(I also adorethe Circa system from Levenger. It costs a lot; a 3-ring binder does the job as well.)
Nest Month 1
What to do so far:
If you missed a day…the reminders below are clickable.
Polish your place every day.
Do your do and get your supplies.