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    Sometimes. I just finished painting a door we forgot to do when we moved in, 5 years ago.

    I was hoping to find some tips in here on how to be even lazier.

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    I'm not lazy as opposed to just so tired all the time! I have no energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    I'm not lazy as opposed to just so tired all the time! I have no energy.

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    Yeah, actually this is me too^. I am always so so tired and have no energy.
    I guess if I could change that I could change my productivity levels.

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    no im not lazy, that's not me at all.
    I have my days where i will open a tin of baked beans or spaghetti on toast for our dinner or ask DH to bring home my DD a happy meal because i have been run off my feet all day. but i am not lazy. i do what needs to be done day in day out wether i like it or not. because no one else is going to do it and then i just have more work for myself.

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    Oh so lazy... I beat myself up constantly for my laziness. Or maybe I'm less lazy... And more... "Easily distracted"? I have half finished "jobs" all about the place...a basket of clothes to fold, folded clothes to put away...ugh...

    I started to list all the things I've neglected today but then couldn't be bothered.... I truly, honestly wish I wasn't so scatter brained and could just stick to one task until its done and then move on... But I'm always doing "bits and pieces" to the point it appears nothing is done. Then add in the constant interruptions that comes with three kids and you have an entirely chaotic home... And life. Bah. I depress myself thinking of it...

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    I'm crazy busy during the week just so I can do absolutely nothing on the weekend, unless forced.

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    Not sure ... been watching this thread since it was a new born and have just now managed the effort to click on it and get fingers to keyboard


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    Yep.. I'm lazy and a procrastinator. I currently have about a months worth of clean washing in our rumpus room that needs to be put away but I can't be stuffed. DF and I just rummage through the piles in the morning to get dressed. I like to think of my house as untidily clean.. You could eat off the floor but you will probably have to move something out of the way first.

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    Hahah Vonnie I just managed to fold all the clothes that were piled on our guest bed. My in laws are coming from over east to visit. So needless to say it had to be done. My mum was mortified when she saw it that's just me tho. I hate folding clothes and ironing...don't get me started. Super hygienic but not tidy

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