This weekend I spent some time doing vacuuming. The sort where you move everything you don’t generally move, you know the heavy stuff, and got rid of some serious dust.
The dust behind heavy things is the kind of dust that takes awhile to build up. You don’t know it’s there because you can’t see it. But once it’s gone you notice, maybe, that the air seems fresher.
Vacuuming is great for thinking. The constant noise, babies apparently like it, is great for drowning out any outside noises. Try it – if you don’t vacuum already – it’s like mowing the lawns when you can’t.
So what has vacuuming got to do with inspiration. Well maybe because it’s a great time for thinking I thought of a few things that might be useful in other parts of your life.
So here are the four things that vacuuming taught me:
When you Move things.
You Find things.
You get rid of the built up dust and fluff.
And then clear the air – your lungs will love it.
That’s what I discovered while I was vacuuming. How will I apply it to my Life? Not sure, but it really does make sense to move things and clean up the dust and cobwebs from time to time. The air really is fresher.