Unfuck Your Habitat

You're better than your mess.

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  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour

trickywooesq:

Repotting day for the ficus, aloe, and avocados! When the biggest plant gets a new pot, a smaller one takes that pot, and so on. I like to imagine them like hermit crabs just waiting for an empty shell.

sex-bob-om:

Tackle it Thursday.

Still have a load of laundry to fold and put away.
I cleaned and organized just about everything in my room.
And it only took me about an hour!

lovebeyondmeasure:

Before and afters of my apartment kitchen! (There are dishes you t see in the first picture. That’s how much it piled up.) My roommates and I are terrible about doing the dishes promptly, since we all have the habit of eating right before we run to class our work. So today, I had some free time and I took care of business! I actually like doing dishes. I put on some upbeat music and just go at it. When you’re doing mental things all day- writing papers, taking notes, doing data entry- having physical work can be a nice change of pace. It’s satisfying to take dirty things and make them clean! Kitchen status: unfucked :)

medicranot:

Here are some progress photos of my work cleaning. It took three 20/10s to get this far. New roommates so we have had to shuffle a lot of or possessions around.

Laundry done, and that chest of drawers was empty, and now it is storing all of my art supplies. 

Excuses are boring.

insertwittyremarkhere:

Posting from my phone so sorry for the huge picture post! I decided to actually spend time cleaning today instead of tumblr for like 6 hours. XD I did 3 20/10s and one 30 to finish up lol. My real problem is maintaining so we’ll see how it looks in a few days…

  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour

elitefourmoose:

Bedroom before and afters… It took about three hours.

(Ignore the clothes in the hall, those are on their way downstairs.)

Now if I can just KEEP it like this.

georgecatstanza:

My room is super small so it gets messy really fast. I need to start staying on top if it so I don’t have to keep dong these big cleanups all the time….

Excuses are boring.

wheretheeastwindblows:

Cleared off the dining room table with the goal of actually using it for eating, playing games, and staging mail, recycling, etc. instead of having everything end up on the coffee table. The tablecloth is in the wash, but will go back on the table when it comes out of the dryer. Lost track of 20/10s again, but I’m in the zone. Next up: kitchen (after a break to avoid marathoning)

meridok:

Top 3 are before, rest are after. My room had gotten into a bit of a state over the past few weeks - work, school, and then traveling for my grandfather’s funeral. Apologies for the blur, my phone hates my bedroom lighting at night.

air-into-gold:

It doesn’t look like much, but I just cleaned at least three weeks worth of dirty dishes in two 45-15s. It had gotten bad enough that the mold probably would have evolved democratic systems of governancehad they not been overthrown by the fruit fly overlords. It was a situation that I had been expertly avoiding for at least a week. Until tonight.

How did this happen? Depression. Apparently, I only have the energy to either make myself dinner, or do dishes. Not both. This bad stretch was preceded by two weeks of me being very good and doing my dishes, until I slip-slided into….this. Before that was the nearly 6 weeks I went without washing a single dish. That was…well you might even know how bad that was. I ran out of utensils. It was a thing.

So, here’s to trying again. Because even if you fall back into the hole, you can dig yourself out and start again. And any progress is progress enough.

  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour