Setting 3 goals for each day. Today was kayak day, goal # 1


Today i woke up exhausted.  Today is 25 of my 28 day cycle for my ms infusion Tysabri.  Although with strategies,  diet and exercise I am better then 4 years ago, the end of the cycle is still very challenging.  I am exhausted, weaker, complete with  vision and numbness issues, so I have to be careful.

Right now I can’t care.  I have 2 more productive days? TODAY and Monday! Tuesday Not so much…so today I hoist my Hobie 6 foot sport kayak weighing in at 70 lbs, to nest at the peak of my tiny great room.  Tumbleweed Tiny House Company,  knowing I am very independent, custom made a a hoist for my kayak that hopefully maybe I  can do? I pray my Hobie fits! I don’t want to store in my truck and I needed  to store in a warm place for the winter.  So Tootling Tranquility’s  tiny great room it is!

I love the Hobie Kayak as they are fitted with tires or carts that can stay with the kayak in the water or can be the cart when on land.    I wheeled her out to Tootling Tranquility  tiny house.  Here we go.  I lined her up with baby gate, gathered my strength and courage and man(woman) handled her up on her side and pushed. Hmm….first obstacle.  Couch is in the way.  OK, hmm,  up on the couch!

Hmm how was she going to clear the beam and the shelf and hang by the church window? TUMBLEWEED tested with their kayak.  Was it fat? Was it same length?  Was it 70 lbs. As I sat pondering…AWESOME!  There is friend Erin.  2 heads better then 1? At least more laughs! After a bit of reading and looking at the diagrams. Up she went.  Not a single person job,  but Erin gave me a lesson,  How to pay with beer 😉

GOAL #1 Well Done

Erin….NO REALLY, ITS BEER TIME!

Goal #2 Walk Pups even if exhausted….

Amazing sunset to finish off a perfect day♡♡♡ I am so happy and  in love my new Tumbleweed Tiny House, Tootling Tranquility.

Goal #3 be content with life if you only get 2 goals accomplished that day.

Gratitude

Categories: gratitude, Happy Healthy Pups, multiple sclerosis, tiny house living, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

2 comments

  1. I have fibromyalgia and have been paring down as I’m interested in going tiny but not sure if it’s more work than I can handle. I’m a country girl at heart, love dogs, birds, nature, don’t want an apartment with a balcony! Your story is inspiring…thanks for sharing and keep on keepin on!

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    • Hi Sally! I am honoured that you are following my journey, Thank you♡
      I am sorry to hear about the fibromyalgia, It’s a tough invisible situation like MS. Strategies are a must. Paring down is a great start, simpler is easier on many levels. I would try to keep at a slower pace, toheppnwith transitions, My anxiety comes from all my transitions over the last years since 2011. Funny, I didn’t think I would still be going thru transitions, But silly me moving to a tiny is HUGE!
      I am loving this lifestyle and live that your following me. I will be posting more about diet and strategies as time moves forward. Always feel free to reach out to me on Facebook or Instagram under Katrina Touckè. I share of my daily life there.
      Sally one thing I live by is Life is too long not to be the happiest and healthiest you can be. Surprisingly that can be challenging as we all have installed beliefs that we have to over come but it is so worth it!!! As Mastin Kipp said, feel the fear and do it anyways!

      FOREVER GREATFUL, STAY STRONG AND SET A GOAL FOR THE WAY YOU SEE YOUR FUTURE, VISUALIZE IT AND EVERYTHING YOU DONGONTOWARDS THE GOAL AND YOU WILL KEEP MOVING WITH A SMILE:-)
      HUGS Sally!
      Katrina

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