My Word Is, Organised.

A Diary, and the page says - everyday is a fresh start.
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Daily writing prompt
What is one word that describes you?

Describing myself in one word? Wow, that’s a challenge! But if I had to choose, I would say that I am organised. It’s partly in my nature, but it’s also a necessity as a person with a disability. Planning ahead and ensuring that all equipment is ready for use is crucial. Additionally, when relying on someone else for assistance, it’s essential to communicate clearly about when and where they will be needed, what tasks they will be helping with, and for how long.

Despite my best efforts, sometimes things don’t go according to plan. If the person assisting me lets me down, all my organisation goes out the window. It can be frustrating, but I know that it’s worth it when things do go smoothly.

Being organised is not just a personal trait, but a skill that has helped me navigate life with a disability. It has allowed me to be more independent and efficient in my daily tasks. I believe that being organised is a valuable asset for anyone, regardless of ability.


Sorting and decluttering

Well today didn’t exactly go to plan, but never mind. Tomorrow’s another day!

What I did get done today though, was a load of sorting and decluttering of makeup and first aid bits n bobs.


So cleared out the stuff that had quietly gone outta date, or just looked tacky/grotty, and rearranged what was left into makeup bags for the moment. More sorting etc…. still to do. Love the feeling of accomplishment though.

Gif of a doll’s house being magically organised.

Found some great colours of lipstick 💄 whilst sorting, some were a tad bright, but I’ve kept them 😂.