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Blitz-It Friday # 27

These photos may or may not have anything to do with what I am going to talk about. They are just some more photos from our trip up north, and for the moment, organizing-daughter has lost her camera (again), so this is all I have to show for my all-day blitz.

And No I did not LET HIM do this. I found out about this by viewing the photos. We are all about good decision-making is this family. Yeah, that’s us.

And I model it so well, you know. I think I’ve had band-aids on three different fingers this week. I can’t walk into the kitchen without cutting or burning myself. I get a sliver once a week from the garden or other things. I find blood running down my hands and half the time I have no idea where it came from. Do you think I am trying to move too fast or something?

And that is important too! Did you do something you’d like to report on? You can link up if that makes you happy.


If you are new to blitzing, here are some other links on the topic:

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

Read about the: one hour blitz and staying focused.

Also, blitzing with kids is a blast if you are an airchair general.

Glad you could join us! Now you have MANY choices about using the blitz. You are welcome to do/ try any or all of them…. and so many photos to choose from!

And for you guys who like to move slowly and do not have a hand full of band-aids, try plodding.



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