Who on earth is interested in Tidy up?
WHY do we need to Tidy up, Tidy up?
WHY do we avoid this Tidy up business?
WHY do we see Tidy up as a discipline?
WHY do we think Tidy up means effort?
WHY do we always avoid Tidy up stuff?
WHY do we find Tidy up such a chore?
WHY do we make out Tidy up is a bore?
WHY do we feel there are no benefits for Tidy up?
WHY did we grow up hating the words – Tidy up?
WHY are we nagging our kids to Tidy up?
WHY is the very act of Tidy up not appealing to us?
Would it be true to say that most of us have grown up with these words –
Tidy up and it was like a constant loud ringing that never seemed to stop?
What would a person who lives these words Tidy up be like?
What would life be like if Tidy up was part of our daily living?
Would it make a difference if we had a Tidy up ritual every day?
Do we think it is the job for our cleaners to Tidy up for us?
Do we think Tidy up is for mum as she cleans up after us?
Do we think we cannot recall signing up for this boring task?
Do we think we can Get Away with It by living in a real mess?
Do we think we are cool because Tidy up is not on our radar?
In other words, we live in chaos every single day and justify it.
Do we think Tidy up is a waste of our time, when we could be doing other things?
Do we think Tidy up is linked to a neat and perfect disorder?
Do we resent Tidy up, Tidy up because it was drummed into us as kids and now as adults, we just let loose and make sure we don’t Tidy up?
Do we get stressed most days as we forget to Tidy up and then things feel like they are piling up on us and it’s all too much?
Do we wish others would run after us and do all our Tidy up stuff as we like it that way?
Do we get our gran in while we are at work to Tidy up our place?
Do we want a Tidy home but make no effort whatsoever to ever Tidy up?
Do we crave to be a Tidy person but we never put Focus on it?
Do we get exposed at work, as our desk does not know what Tidy up is?
Do we hate the hot-desking thing, as people never Tidy up when they move on?
So how are we really?
How tidy is our attic/loft space?
How tidy is our bathroom?
How tidy is our bedroom?
How tidy is our car?
How tidy is our cellar?
How tidy is our garage?
How tidy is our garden shed?
How tidy is our office?
How tidy is our office drawer?
How tidy is our spare room?
How tidy is our wardrobe?
How tidy is our cupboard under the sink?
How tidy are our kitchen cupboards?
How tidy are our kitchen drawers?
What would happen if we made a choice to “Tidy up” when we complete something?
What would happen if Our Car gets a “Tidy up” after every road trip?
What would happen if our kitchen cupboards got a proper “Tidy up”?
What would happen if our fridge had a weekly “Tidy up” before shopping?
What would happen if our bedroom got a daily “Tidy up, Tidy up”?
What would happen if we never left work without a “Tidy up, Tidy up”?
What would happen if our office got a real good “Tidy up” every month?
What would happen if we just picked up and folded our clothes that have been hanging around to be put away?
What would happen if we started seeing small things as equally important to the big stuff that goes on in our life?
What would happen to us if we walked into a Tidy room?
What would be the quality of our driving if we always had a car, which had the Tidy up as normal maintenance?
What if by actively committing to the Tidy up, Tidy up way of life, we found more space in our day and in that space, we had joy like never before?
What if at the end of every day Tidy up, Tidy up was just the same as brushing our teeth and we can feel the support?
What if to keep things in order and flow, we need to Commit to the Tidy up task every single day?
What if we need to understand that there is a magic in this ceremony of Tidy up, Tidy up because everything has a place if things are to flow?
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = harmony
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = less tension
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = more clarity
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = more space
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = more content
What if Tidy up, Tidy up = more gets done
What if we put focus into Tidy up, Tidy Up every single day and feel our life flow with a natural order and ease?
What if we Consistently made the effort to Tidy up after us, no matter what?
What if we commit to Tidy up and made it a Priority at the end of our day?
Could it be possible that when we have order and flow in our own life, we inspire others by our living way?
Could it be possible that the real ripple effect of consistent Tidy up is our neighbourhood, community, country and beyond feel it?
Could it be possible that if Tidy up was part of our personal and individual lives, then our whole world would be Tidy and not in the mess it currently is in?
Is this making sense?