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Blitz-It Friday #2

Hey! It’s time to blitz-it again. For those of you who are just blitzing for the first time, here are some great starting points.

Basically, blitzing is forcing ourselves to focus for a set period of time on hands-on tasks.

Originally, I wrote about the one hour blitz and staying focused.

You can choose any length of time to work and any type of chores to work on. Not everyone has the physical stamina to “stay in the air” for an entire hour. Not to worry. You can make it a 10 minute blitz, every day for a week. (Hey that’s 70 minutes!)

This week, I blitz on Monday and Thursday. I’m here to tell you that sometimes I don’t have a lot of exciting things to report on. But the important thing is not how exciting it is but that it got done.

Both of the times, the tasks I accomplished were both “not fun” things. Monday’s blitz consisted of handwashing for one entire hour, with a few minutes to start the soup.

Today’s blitz was all about ironing clothes. I just ironed. It was a good thing though because my sweetheart desperately needed clothes, and I got 12 things done! Yeah!!

feeling before blitzing= overwhelmed

feeling during blitzing= tired but determined

feeling after blitzing= fabulous!!!

Are you ready to spend some time on focused blitzing??

Just make a dent in something. You’ll need the blitzing post directions here.

And just for the fun of it, I have a happy little working song… to get you going! (I heart this movie)

Who’s going to be the first to link up??



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