Even the Mundane

Ever since I started blogging I’ve noticed how many things I can actually blog about.  Anything could be a blog.  Heck, I’m blogging about how anything can be a blog. 


The cool thing is that even in the mundane moments I’m thinking about how I could make it into a blog, which is great for me because I can get very bored in the mundane moments of my life. 


Take, brushing your teeth, for example.  I hate brushing my teeth.  It’s such a waste of time, but it must be done.  Therefore, I’ve changed the way I look at brushing my teeth and use the time to try and think of a clever way to tie it into a blog… (More to come on that subject in the future)


What about filling your tank with gas?  So boring!  But as the orange, digital numbers flip by there’s a lesson to be learned.  You just have to be willing to search it out. 


What are some mundane moments in your life you can spice up with a little thought? 

3 Responses to “Even the Mundane”

  • Robin says:

    I agree, blogging does make you think and stay alert for life lessons in the smallest daily tasks. I enjoy it!

    I really enjoy vacuuming (I really do!), because it drowns out all other noise and gives me time to pray!

    Can’t wait to hear about your teeth brushing!

  • princessjes says:

    Yes… I am addicted to blogging, in fact, the only way I got through my last paper for English comp…I pretended it was a blog, in fact I may post it.

  • Abbi says:

    I have a confession: There are dirty dishes in my sink. They’ve been there a couple of days. I actually don’t mind washing them (I do them by hand), I just have to find time. It is the daily, necessary but not fun, never-done-no-matter-how-often-you-do-them things (like laundry, dishes, cleaning) that give my brain a chance to take a break and think about stuff rather than the task at hand. It’s almost therapeutic! :)

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