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March 02, 2018

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Mark

Perfectionist? Me? Ha! When it's good enough, I'm ready to move on to the next thing.

krisneri

Oh, Mark, how I envy your ability to do that. I need to cultivate it.

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Hi Mark, This is really amazing to be here for your lovely writing.

Sandi

The toaster and coffee maker thing might be simply an attempt to make it look like there's more counter space.
And the fact that I felt the need to share that might be a good indication that my inner perfectionist lets itself out all too often. I read once there are three kinds of perfectionists - those who feel they have to be perfect, those who feel others expect them to be perfect, and those who expect others to be perfect. Sadly, I'm all three. What most helps me get past my perfectionism is quilting, of all things. There's nothing like cutting 1,342 triangles and then sewing them back together to encourage you to just let go of the minor imperfections.

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I enjoyed my time spent on your lovely blog.Thanks

krisneri

Sandi, I think I'm all three types as well...sigh. I'm going to have to come up with something like quilting to reduce my perfectionism, but it'll have to wait until after I sell my house. Until then I'll be obsessive cleaning, I suspect.

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