One of her phrases is "Don't Put it Down, Put it Away!", and I committed on the show to doing that for 24 hours, from yesterday. Failed! It's amazing how much I run on auto-pilot, and it's a great exercise in being conscious of everything I do, every second of the day.
On the plus side, I seem to have got a few things done today, that I haven't done in months...and years. Bought a new bin for the home office. If I'm going to get rid of some clutter ("anything you Don't Love, Don't Use, or Don't Need") then I noticed I don't have a bin near at hand. The kids broke the last one. Got the TV working on a coax cable again, instead of the bloody SCART which is useless, with a terrible picture. Bought a coax cable for the other TV, we were one short (from the move).
Actually, the coax cable was used reviving my Sony TV, from the UK, which seems to be regionalised. It won't pick up the TV signal here, and won't even connect to a DVD player, so it's converted into a Nintendo GameCube Mario Kart screen, with built in VHS player.
And finally, I edited the show in WavePad, merging two channels of WAV into the one mp3, a bit of editing, but not the time to learn to add music yet. I'd love to make some time and make audio my hobby.