There's always something to work on. The lists are never finished.
Work on losing weight, work on improving health and cardivascular functions, stamina and endurance, work on keeping strength, toned, balanced and flexible.
Work on taking care of the cats, cleaning the house, fixing the house, grouting, caulking, sanding and painting, and work on maintaining the cars. Work on the plants and work on the irrigation system.
Work on the computers printers and home network. Work on the garden and winterize our world.
Work on improving the world, work on helping others and improving their lives, work on equality and ending injustice.
Work on my short story writing and work on my novel, and work on my writing career and work on my real world corporate job and work on the garage. Work on taking the junk to the junkyard and the healthcare benefits for next year and income taxes and property taxes. Work on holiday shopping and family matters, and work on the laundry. Work on making plans.
There's always something to work on. The whole world needs work.
Causes Michael Seidel Supports
Kiva, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Propublica.org, Doctors Without Borders, GreaterGood.com