Drop all that is unnecessary or redundant

This week Michael has given us this prompt for Sunday writing

Sunday Writing Prompt – Getting On with It – January 3rd

We’ve moved from 2020 to 2021.

This week write your response to “Getting on with it”. What might you be getting on with?


Life is busy and hard at times. Yet I’ve noticed that we often stick to doing things that are either unnecessary or redundant.

This year, let’s get on with it.

Do things your way, a new way. Let go of old customs, habits, and ideas and seek something new. It’s not necessary to do things in a pattern that you’ve been doing for long.

Be bolder, be decisive, and create change.

This is a new day and it gives us a new opportunity to try something different. Or do the same thing in a different way.

That is my 10 cents worth of advice for you this year;

Try something new

Change how you think

Grab the moment

And let it not be said

That we are shy of change




17 thoughts on “Drop all that is unnecessary or redundant

  1. lol having been nomadic for decades, a master of change … I am now choosing to create a ritual routine 🙂

    But those who have been stuck in a similar rut most of their lives do need to mix it up, be spontaneous and you will be surprised what you find!

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  2. It is always good to try new things. I am hoping by the time it warms up I will be walking at least once a week building up to maybe three days a week by fall. I know I can’t rush it. But I am doing the pool now and need to do this to improve my health,

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