Day of rest!

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Real Estate Attorney with Bay Vista Realty BK671311

Since Sunday is a day of rest, I did my normal Sunday routine and rested my tired feet in a pair of my Flip Flops.  Now today I planned on doing some light construction, so I selected my Steel Toe'd Flip Flops. 

Off to my Favorite Home Improvement store. South Tampa Lowe's, and then to one of my rentals.  While I was at my rental, (New tile and paint thru-out, plus a new door where a window used to be) I realized that I forgot to buy thin set, (Tile stuff) and returned to the lowes.  Two hours into my task, I needed more materials, back to lowes..

OK So that is boring, except the joke about the flip flops. (That is just plain stupid) But I run my business with a plan.   I use check lists and task lists for everything, so why is when I am doing a simple remodel, I have to drag my huge gas wagon to the store Umpteen times. 

Does anyone else turn their brain of and give it a Day of Rest? 

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Teri Isner
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Everyday can have time for intentions.  Rest or play, work or network.  Semantics I guess but I like to be sure that everyday has intention time focused on specific needs.
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I'm normally busy six days a week and Sunday I rest and brainstorm.  Just usually too busy to be creative during the week.
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