You know how "they" are always telling people who are trying to reach a goal or change something that the first step (or one of them) is to visualize themselves doing whatever it is they're trying to do? I guess for some people who don't have confidence or faith or whatever this would be difficult. I have no problem with that. I can - and frequently do - picture myself with great clarity in the act of really getting down and dirty as it were, cleaning everything in sight. It seems so easy, at least one bit at a time it is. And yet I can't seem to get up and actually do it. What's wrong with me?
I also really need to get over my aversion to using water to clean things. I know, weird. I tend to go out of my way to clean things with wipes or sprays or dusters or dry cloths instead of a good, old-fashioned bucket o' water and rags or sponges. I think it has something to do with the thought of getting something clean only to have to deal with the puddles or drips or spills or whatever. Dumb.