I wish we were juggling baseball and brunch schedules for tomorrow 😔
"I know I added enough for 2 cups of coffee," she said, feeling baffled. "How did I end up with only 1?"
Then she turned around to find that she had already poured- and added creamer to- the first cup. 🤦♀️
Just kidding, it's only Thursday.
Also she is me.
I just* signed a work email "Pasta, Kelly" because B asked what we were having from dinner while I was typing. Today's multitasking ability is exhausted.
*thankfully, I caught it before sending
They had a whole year, and still didn't implement my idea! :P
We were going to go today, but I have too much to do to spend 2+hrs doing nothing (while watching a movie I don't like).
We decided kinda last minute to go to one of the $1 Summer movies with friends. It was great, it was cheap, it was air conditioned, it was fun, so I cannot complain.
If I were to gently suggest one improvement, I would propose that they make one of the walls some sort of two-way mirrored glass or something (I haven't figured out the science of it yet). That way, the kids can watch the movie uninterrupted while the moms work on their laptops, fold laundry, do their yoga, whatever, in that adjoining room where they can still supervise the kids.
I'm not saying that seeing a movie with your kids is a waste of time, I'm just saying we could make it even *more* useful. ;)
Enough with the multitasking; time to divide and conquer.
_I'm a multitasking mama today! I just have to be careful to keep track of everything so that I don't end up with everything started but nothing finished...
I am an idiot.
I just made these adorable little candy corn cookies, and was so thrilled with how they were turning out that I completely forgot to dip them in sugar while they were still hot. Duh.
I have found that the fastest way to get something done is to just do it. Sure, add it to a list (since we rarely have the 'luxury' of time to interrupt our current task to accomplish something else), but when it's time to work/clean/whatever, stop thinking about it and get to it!
And I agree that multitasking is not the way to go. It gets you one step towards each task, but ultimately gets nothing *done*.
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