Projects For Overachievers - Don't Do This 😃
PROJECT FOR OVERACHIEVERS – DO NOT TRY THIS!! But if you do – your gonna’ NEED a Neck Pillow!
You may have noticed I like to post pictures of our ‘farm’. We have only owned this property for a few years. I wanted to name it the 100-acre woods – you know, like from Winnie the Pooh😉 but my idea got vetoed! Instead, we call it Circle B Ranch – how boring is that!?
THE GOOD - It is so peaceful and quiet here and it is a great place to relax and unwind.
To relieve stress some people, enjoy exercising, doing crafts, hanging out with friends – and some people enjoy working on projects – like clearing brush and cleaning up – just a little section of woods along the driveway!! For me – it truly is calming, and I love it!!
But what was I thinking – when I started this project??? It may take the rest of my life to get it completed!!
Having the right tools is important – my latest obsession is this cute little chainsaw I bought #stihl. It is battery operated and the perfect size for me to handle with small climber thorn bushes and saplings up to about 3” in diameter. My family is sick of me talking about this - so fun to use little chainsaw – I can’t help myself!
THE BAD - But after 4 or 5 hours of dragging brush and doing all the things involved with this type of project – guess what – my neck started hurting…. I have had neck pain for many years, but this sort of activity really causes it to flare up.
Need the right tool?
Thank goodness for Omni-Spring Neck & Shoulder Pillows – I use them and interchange for both hot and cold therapy. The weight is just enough pressure on those pinched nerves and sore muscles to help calm down the aches and pains and get me back to doing the projects I love.
What is your ‘go to’ routine for finding peace and comfort?
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May 01, 2021
You go girl! You never cease to amaze me! I knew that you were a strong women with a lot of grit and determination, but I never knew that you were a chainsaw yielding, lumberjill!