When I was volunteering at the chef demo at the botanical garden yesterday (not sure why they do it on a rainy day but oh well) I noticed this quote above the fireplace. Makes you think doesn't it?
So what do you enjoy that doesn't fit with what you have? How much time do you spend on what you have instead of on what you enjoy? How can you get a better balance between the two?
During this rather dull, rainy weekend with a sick hubby I mentioned the idea that when we move in 5 1/2 years (but who is counting LOL) we should only take our personal items and our dog. Then we could start over and only have the things that fit the life we want then! He started to say "But we should take the kitchen stuff and the living room furniture ..." so I mentioned the cost of moving it ourselves to the opposite side of the country and how old the furniture would all be by then vs. the cost of getting just what we want. He looked thoughtful. It is a start at least and we have a lot of time to think about it.