Quote of the Month – Free Printable – February 2013

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Each weekday on facebook I share with you a quote of the day, I have loved finding these quotes just as much as sharing them with you, some make me cry, laugh and really think.  This year each month on the blog  I will share with you a quote of the month, a quote that will motivate and inspire you in your everyday life.  I will design these quotes into an image which you can then print and frame.

View January 2013 print here

This month’s quote was inspired by a friend of mine

‘Be who you are and say what you feel because those who don’t mind matter and those who matter don’t mind’ Dr. Seuss.

One of my friends new years resolutions is to speak her mind, if something is upsetting her she going to talk up and let that person know it.  I absolutely agree with this quote, really you can’t waste time dwelling over things when you can talk through it, those who truly love you will understand and should be thankful for your honesty.

February 2013 Quote of the Month

 This quote is available for free during February 2013

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6 comments

Terri Baran February 5, 2013 - 7:22 AM

Thanks for this printable, Kat – my birthday is in February and this is one of my all-time favourite quotes 😀

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Cheryl Bromage February 5, 2013 - 10:03 AM

HI Kat, I am new to the Organized Housewife site and I am very pleased that I found you. I can relate to almost everything that you discuss. My house is a council tip, in fact I think that the tip would be better organized. I am currently working 7 days a week but have decided that 2013 is going to be the year that I finally get myself organized. A lot of my problem resulted from combining 2 and a half household of furniture and ‘STUFF’. I have taken on board a lot of your tips and suggestions and rather than try to climb the mountain all in one day I am slowly working my way through.
The main reason that I felt compelled to write in the comments is that when I read your experiences when going through your Mum’s things not only did I cry because I have lost both of my parents but what you found in your Mum’s craft room is just like mine (minus the jars). It made me sit back and think what a disaster my kids would have if I died and it was like it is now. In light of that I will over the next few weeks sort out my Craft Room, dump things that I know I will never use, label the things that remain so that when I do pass away (not yet I hope I am only 55) my children will not have the over traumatic job of sorting though my stuff and wondering what the hell to do with it.
Thank you for making me look at myself.
Keep up the good work, I follow you every day.

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Katrina February 8, 2013 - 5:04 AM

Ooh Cheryl, thank you so much for sharing. The reason I felt I wanted to share my experience was the exact reason you mention, because I didn’t want somebody else to have to go through the same heart ache of throwing away so many items that belonged to a parent. I know mum had such a hard time parting with items, but it’s so much harder going through it wondering why and how it all happened in a blink of an eye. It has been a very long 9 months and so much harder because of the clutter. I am pleased that you can hopefully make it easier on your children when that time comes.

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