Can Bad seem Good?

Did you ever notice that when we change something for the better we often get stuck and don’t move ahead to achieve exactly what we pictured when we began?

Something happens when we go from Horrible to better, even bad to OK… We don’t recognize that things are still not good. We can be tricked into believing that everything is great.

Horrible that isn’t horrible anymore, even if it’s bad can seem good.

We can stay in that state for a long time before we realize that it isn’t where we want to be.

Practicing one thing like getting up 30 minuet before we actually have to can change life so much that we can’t believe the difference it makes and we don’t realize that there is still a lot of work to do.

If you have ever wanted to know more about Tidy Tutor University I am sharing this portion of TTU with you.

I address the pitfalls that often trip us up when we are on the road to change.

In this video I give a brief introduction and then share a segment of TTU with you about this very subject. “When Horrible Turns Bad it seems good.

You will see that there is so much more to Tidy Tutor University than how to clean an oven and organizing tips and tricks.

Tidy Tutor University is beginning again in January! If you are not already a member and are not on the waiting list to find out more and be in the loop surrounding our New Year Semester you can click here and I will add you to the waiting list.

Let me know what you think!


Leave a Reply 6 comments

Cynthia - Reply

Hi Kathy, You might want to fix the Title of your blog post.

    Kathy Robers - Reply

    Why is that Cynthia? It is the title of the post. Can bad seem good?

Nicole Robinson - Reply

Hello and Happy Holidays Ms. Kathy! Please allow me to say first, that I love what you do for so many of those who are “organizationally challenged” like myself. I think Ms. Cynthia is referring to the typo in your blog post title. “CAB” should be changed to “CAN” in Can bad seem good. Thank you

    Kathy Robers - Reply

    Happy Holidays! Although they are over… Thank you for letting me know that you love what I do 🙂 and I still don’t see it! I will look again.

Nicole Robinson - Reply

Ms. Kathy, i forgot to mention that I loved your video. I must admit that I have slacked. I do need to keep reminding myself why i started; listening to my spirit rather than giving into my bodily desires and feelings, and to keep going. Thank you!

    Kathy Robers - Reply

    You didn’t Slack, none of us are good at something that we are not practiced in. Just don’t quit, keep going, like you would if you were riding a bike or ice skating. It’s a learned skill. Thanks for writing, and sorry for the late reply!

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