1. Because an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
2. Because there are healthy things in both the apple and the peanut butter like fiber and protein and probably vitamins or something too.
3. Because the apple (coupled with the two cups of coffee) will keep you just as regular as the ice cream. Really. Trust me.
4. Because its like, two of the food groups.
5. Because the office stocked up on apples and I didn't have to spend a cent.
Yes, even though I just got paid I still haven't put food in my fridge. I need to consider this before I go to Target and purchase a shoe organizer that I'm convinced will solve all of my desk / clutter problems. But C is moving into my little place in just over a month and the clutter is beginning to make my head spin. I want to have room for my crafts and his and I simply have too much stuff. Do these all sound like excuses just to buy things?
Well, they are.
I am feeling crafty and motivated to refresh my space and get cracking at creating and so naturally that requires some new things. Maybe I could justify by selling somethings - things I'm going to have to sell anyway. Too bad everything is sort of in use right now.
I'm so incredibly good at starting projects - I wish I had the same fervor for finishing them. My collages have not seen the light of day for a few weeks now. I started a dress for my upcoming birthday, and I am scrambling to get a sewing machine now because I'm afraid that if I have to finish it by hand I won't do it.
But adding / modifying crafty space would be good. I could then make crafts for sale on places like Etsy.com. The girls mentioned it at the craft get together last night with the side note of "Why not us!?" and when I see the goods sold there I feel certain I could make a little profit there. Then I could justify any extra motivational / organizational purchases by writing them off as 'business expense'. And maybe I could save some of that money aside to eat, too.