There is a movement afoot in our household. Now that Sophia is putting systems in place to get organized, everyone else wants to get in on the action. We got our copy of David Allen’s Getting Things Done in the mail, and both the adults in the household are reading it.
Also, I installed Wunderlist on my iPad and am using it for getting myself organized in all sorts of ways. I figure that having her parents model good organization in their own lives is probably the number one way to help Sophia get organized. And living in a home that is not in organizational chaos at all times will probably help too.
Other members of the household are beginning to reap the benefits too.
Cloud and Black Licorice are two small chickens who live in our backyard. When we run out of chicken feed, which happens every three months or so, our chickens are often left in the lurch for a day or two or three until someone finds time to run to the feed store to get them some more laying pellets. In the meantime, they must survive on kitchen scraps, wild bird seed and bugs.
But look what popped up in my email inbox on Friday afternoon at 3pm.
“Oh, right, nearly forgot that” thought I, when I received said email. I jumped in the car, ran to the feed store, and voilà, no interruption in service levels for our beloved pets.
So, organize one teen and you will solve, if not world hunger, at least backyard hunger.