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    I wish I was more lazy! I am constantly doing, cleaning, working or making more work for myself. I offer to do too much then stress about my lack of time. When people come round I stress if they stay too long, I could be doing things! And I make people unsettled with my constant movement. It's annoying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Yes, I am inherently lazy. However, I have just enough bursts of motivation to get done what I have to do and hold down a job, so my kids are well looked after and my house is fairly clean
    This is me too. I'm motivated so that I can get the stuff done that I need to do but generally I'd prefer to sit on the couch with a book or read the paper with a coffee. I also prefer not to over book myself. Working full time with lots of travel means I really have very little time to be lazy anyway.

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    I have no time to be lazy, I miss my lazy days

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I take lazy to whole new level. Way to lazy
    Not possible with as many kids as you, I just don't believe it! Unless of course you are one of these wealthy people we're supposed to be hating on and you've got a nanny per child?!

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    Nup, not lazy, never have been.
    I'm not good at doing 'nothing', I don't really even enjoy TV and start to feel a bit edgy if I'm sitting around too much. I usually have some kind of craft project on the go which I work on in the evenings whilst pretending to watch tv with DH. All this sitting to bf for hours every day is doing my head in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I dream of being lazy ... But no I'm not. I'm a constant multi tasker and my own worst critic.
    This is me too.

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    Yep, lazy and unmotivated all the way... it's 9:30 and I still haven't got out of bed yet. The housework needs to be done, got to vote, should do some shopping..
    Although in my defence I have a massive headache and was up vomitting half the night.

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    As other people have said, I'm not particularly lazy I just procrastinate,

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    I've had some pretty serious issues with stress in the past (panic attacks, burn out) and I have to make a conscious effort to do a lot less than I know I'm capable of doing all at once. This makes me feel lazy.

    I might look like a lazy housekeeper but that's because I know I won't be lying on my death bed thinking "I wish I'd kept my house tidier".

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    No I don't think so. I have to force myself to stop at times.

    I always have the washing ironing done, house cleaned, I reward myself by either watching a movie or reading but many people say I am all go go go.


 
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