QOTD: I'm not genetically hardwired to be a good housekeeper... I'm actually naturally quite messy. When I get around to doing my chores I do enjoy them, as I most enjoy work where I can see what I've done/accomplished. If I had to pick one thing I don't love doing I guess it would be mopping the floor, although vacuuming is one of my favorites. Accountability: Simplify eating... for dinner last night I had a serving of the casserole, instead of ordering in pizza - yah me! For the simple eating part of the challenge I've decided breakfast will be a rotation of oatmeal, chia pudding and rice pudding all with fruit: lunches will be something I've cooked where I get multiple servings out of each cooking session: dinner will be a power juice drink. No Starbucks... well, technically I didn't have Starbucks for breakfast this morning, so technically I guess I'm on point even though I did have a Starbucks-like breakfast. Daily Practice... getting back on track. Meditative walk... got in a couple short ones. The course/challenge officially starts in about half an hour, when the course content will be unlocked and available. My packet hasn't arrived yet so it'll all be new to me, other than what we've been discussing on FB. Last night I finished knitting up the pink hats I've been working on for this year's women's march, so no household "simplification" work was done... I'll resume that effort tonight. The kitchen needs the most attention first, so I am ready for the simple eating portion of the course, I want to do my weekly shopping and prepping on Sunday. The areas where I've done clearing feel nice and light, so it'll be good to get more space in the house opened up. Getting ready in the mornings is so much nicer with the dresser cleared out to only things I am actually using/wearing, and there isn't a jumble of stuff to rummage thru, so I know food prep/cooking will be much more enjoyable when the kitchen is set right.