We started here:
And now we're here!
Understand me, the room is by no means "done." But my goal was to have a usable room that was lived in, as opposed to a total disaster by July1. I think I got that far. In fact, my husband is doing a project up there as I write.
My son now has a surface for lego-building and he and his friends can play games or have sleep-overs in there.
It was thoroughly dusted and vacuumed for the first time in a while as well.
Next goal? Make it a public room, with the rest of the boxes cleared out and it being consistently tidy. That way we can take adults up there for board games or hold club meetings up there. An we need to make that sustainability plan I mentioned before.
But I'd say I made my goal.
I remember that I attended a homeschool support group meeting on getting organized once. There was a quote: "Unmade decisions are one of the greatest sappers of energy." I am glad over this past month to have made many decisions regarding things. Some are now displayed. Others have been put away, returned to their owner, given away, donated, recycled or trashed. I think the quote is true.
I also think that being publicly accountable by posting here helped greatly. Thanks to those who have been part of this!
So, how are your projects coming along?
Getting Organized -- Playroom Update 1 Update 2
On of the places I learned to stick to commitments was CYC. It's a great place for teens to learn about God and leadership while making friends and having fun. Two weeks every August in Maine. Check out our website!