I am the laziest person ever.
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30-05-2013 23:20 #11
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30-05-2013 23:44 #12
I guess I'm a busy person. With 3 kids, work and pets I keep busy. I also do a lot at the girls' school.
There's an old saying "if you want something done give it to a busy person." I tend to be someone who gets a lot done without it being big deal so I do take on more than some and not as much as others.
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31-05-2013 01:20 #13
I like being busy. A day is good if I've had an activity morning and afternoon. And it I'm home I count productivity as numbers of dishes cooked, laundry loads done and housework finished. Getting to sit down and eat is considered a luxury here much to my Dhs annoyance. The only time I sit is when the girls nap at midday for 1.5-3hrs and I fold laundry or do some filing for the first hour. Then the rest of the time is mine to eat/sleep/read/ watch tv.
I finished work 4wks ish before dd1s EDD (nightmare) and 1.5wks before dd2s EDD (great).
Whilst I accept that there are less busy ppl, it drives me bonkers.
31-05-2013 03:23 #14
31-05-2013 03:42 #15-
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I am a busy person from 430am Monday to 12pm Saturday. But It's out of nessessery.
I am a Personal Trainer & run my own business, plus I work at Genesis & another privately owned gym. I also have a 3yo who is only at school 2 days a week and is being evaluated for OCD. ADD & AS.. Our days are busy & super structured because we need the $.
From midday on Sat to About 4pm Sunday, I honestly move at snail pace
I'd love nothing more then to cruz along everyday day & casually train peeps in my backyard, but Im not at that point yet.
31-05-2013 05:35 #16
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31-05-2013 05:53 #17
At the moment I am fast living and I hate it
I went back to working fulltime this year(after almost 6 years of casual/part time). I see dd for 3 hours a night during the week (she is asleep when I leave for work), which is spent doing homework, dinner, bath and bed and usually once a week an afternoon is spent at one of her 3 specialists getting checkups or physio. Weekends are catching up on housework, shopping and then whatever else needs to be done!
4 weeks till holidays ... I will be back to 3 days a week after that!
31-05-2013 05:55 #18
Definitely as slow as I can be with 4 kids.
Currently I have 2 days a week with just my newby and I catch up on washing. Leaving the house is a pain ATM.
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31-05-2013 06:01 #19
I like being busy but I'm a homebody. Sport, work, etc are not my things. I try to take the kids out somewhere or have a play date for 4 out of the 5 days DH works and that includes playgroup twice a week. I am always on the go doing housework or cooking. I love sitting on my bum once the kids are in bed though.
31-05-2013 06:02 #20
I'd say I am somewhere in the middle, and more so since I returned to work part-time. I'm also very social so I spend a fair bit of time catching up with people but if I ever want to chill, I'll just cut that back.
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