I’ve been thinking a lot about consistency lately. I thought this row of blossoming trees was a good NEW photo pick for today. Just as these beautiful trees form a consistent pattern as you look down this street, consistency in life can also be a very beautiful thing.
Here are some particularly WONDERFUL quotes about consistency:
I’ve found that, in most cases, a conscious effort to be consistent is needed…even with the most simplest of things. A few months ago, I read Faithful, Fit & Fabulous by Connie Sokol after reading the recommendation at Pinkpolkadotcreations.
Although there wasn’t anything particularly new or different about this book, it basically encouraged readers to set a NEW goal every week….even if it is something VERY simple Actually, the simpler the BETTER! I decided that I’d make a conscious effort to keep the floor of my closet clear. Instead of kicking off my shoes and leaving them on the floor, I would put them where they belong. So, the ONLY shoes that have been left on my closet floor for months now, are my slippers (I wanted my slippers out on purpose). And it’s been a VERY GOOD FEELING!!! I won’t bore you with all my other very small goals, but even a BIG goal can be broken down into small goals, and the same method would be just as successful.
Try it! A goal a week…make a conscious effort…be consistent! Try something NEW!
How fun to see you talk about Connie Sokol’s book – I just got it myself! Now off to read it…
I do this as well, set small goals! It’s funny, one of mine has also been put shoes away, and hang jackets in the closet (rather than on the floor and on the closest chair) 🙂 and you are right, you feel better when goals are accomplished, regardless of small or big goals (and many small – can a big one make 🙂 ) great post!
This is a lovely shot of blossoming trees.
I have lots of things I’d like to be more organised with but I’m going to try your method of one small change a week. Thank you for the inspiration.
Beautiful photograph. I love the way the houses and especially the hills in the background really look like a watercolour painting.