Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Making a list, checking it twice...

My whole life I've always being a fan of many lists. I think is a great way to organize things in paper and then keep it handy in you brain once you realize the amount of things something involves.

There are many types of lists like: grocery list, guest list, school supplies list, gift list, New Year resolutions lists, and many more. Of course I can't forget to mention one of the most important one to me, the Wish list.

Lately I've been thinking about many things I want to do for the house and things to buy for us and I'm convince that if I have a clear imagine in my brain of what I want/need, it would be easier to use visualization and the law of attraction (yes, the whole "Secret" deal) to get the things you want.

I know some of the things I have on this list are short term and others longer term, but working on my mind and visualizing what I want to get me to my goal when the right time comes.

So here are some of the things I am going to put on that list right now;

1. Upgrade my car

2. Get more palm trees for our yard

3. Stainless Steel Grill

4. Taking a trip to Italy with my husband

How about you out there reading this? Any wish lists coming up, specially since Christmas is just around the corner? Hope so...

Have a great day!

2 commented; now it's your turn!:

Jess said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I am a list QUEEN! However, my list can be boooorrriiinnng. I have things like staples for staple gun, screens for doors, hat rack, shoe rack, TP, PT, shelf for computer CD's and new antenna for wireless router. But it is all stuff that I wouldn't NORMALLY buy, therefore it is a wish list!

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I made my list back in August and I've accomplished all except for one and that was to go to Mexico city to a teacher conference! But I wasn't able to make it!!

Italy sounds like fun!

I need a grill too!!

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