If we don’t organize our lives with care, we will end up irrelevant at the farmers market

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I find myself irritated by the presence of older women, when there are numbers of them, as in the Farmers’ Market. I find myself shocked at my impatience with the sight of all the grey hair and wrinkles and baggy clothes.

How hard is it to take a bit of care with your appearance. do you know what a difference in makes in how you are perceived? Does it matter what other people think of you, more importantly, how do you feel about it? Have you totally accepted your age? If that’s the case, I guess more power to you.

The thought of being irrelevant chills me to the bone. The idea of having nothing to offer the world and worse, that I could be a drain, shudder.

What does it take to keep up the Basic Appearance Level?  Answer:  Five essential self care

  1. stay in shape

  2. good haircut

  3. good shoes

  4. good skin care and whatever make-up improves what can still be improved

  5. be always in the process of learning as much as possible until your head swims.

Our days must be organized to keep our priorities alive or risk being irrelevant.

Jane Dolan

Jane founded Jane Organizes in 2008 after a 20-year stint at a Design + Build firm in San Francisco. Jane loves working with rebels and dreamers, co-creating homes they will love. The KonMari Method™ is Jane's organizing tool of choice, after drinking the elixir in 2014.