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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I make appointments for late arvo so we won't be home in time to start cooking dinner and can get takeout instead.
    Oh my god, that is brilliant!

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    Oh I have another one. I cook roasts in oven bags. Keeps the oven clean and the pan clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by twolittlemunchkins View Post
    Oh I have another one. I cook roasts in oven bags. Keeps the oven clean and the pan clean
    I use throw away trays and alfoil !'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    Oh god I am so lazy!

    I leave leftovers in the fridge and a week later am like "crap can't eat them" but I throw away the container rather than clean it out
    I do washing, can't be bothered hanging it out, so throw it on again the next day before DH gets home so he can hang it out
    I am the queen of letting things like lasagne dishes soak overnight rather than just dealing with them
    I find myself getting angry that I can't put DDs bottles in the dishwasher, because I hate handwashing that much
    Sometimes I tell DD1 it's an hour later than it is... just to get her to bed so I can go too
    Lol, I can totally relate to that, when I was living with my brother, there was a bit of a dispute over who was the last one to touch the 'leftovers', namely a quarter of chicken and some pasta.. That stuff sat in a container, my favourite Tupperware container, for 2 months. Thanks be to whoever that it was airtight! It wasn't even in the fridge, it sat on the bench. Our friends would even ask if it was still there so they could see how much the container had swelled!
    Pour mum was the one to throw the whole lot out.. She was so disgusted in us.

    i have also changed all the kids clocks once and sent them all to bed at 5:30pm. They had no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    If you put it against the wall youcan put more in the basket without it falling out.
    One step ahead of you there

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    I only mop the floors once a week because we live next to the beach and i have to close up the house for a day after i mop and turn all the heaters on to dry the floors. If i have the windows open and wet or damp floors, the wind will blow sand inside and then i have sand crusts on the floor. Sand crusts can not be swept or vacuumed up. They are awful.

    I have a packet of pillow pasta (ravioli) in the freezer to serve with jar pasta sauce on easy nights. I may also have frozen bags of meat and veg prepped so i can throw the whole thing frozen into the slow cooker with a tin of tomatoes. Easy dinners. woo. Also lots of half cooked frozen brown rice so i can cook it faster when we are running late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oozzle View Post
    i have also changed all the kids clocks once and sent them all to bed at 5:30pm. They had no idea.
    Does your area have 'prime possum' come on tv to say goodnight to the kids?
    A friend's parents had it recorded so they could get the kids to bed earlier some nights. When I heard that, I thought it was genius!

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    it is all the same meat and veg (whatever is on special). i just toss a different slowcooker flavour satchet in to mix it up.

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    I am definitely a lazy Mum.

    I let the kids stay home from school yesterday, because I was so ill and was dreading having to pick them up.

    Instead of trying to break up the fights between my older girls, I let them stay in their rooms and use their computers (but they only have access to study websites)

    I hate cleaning the kids bathroom so just wipe it down with paper towel and some spray n wipe

    I have been known to leave the washing folding pile until it's almost empty from use

    I use the pick up drive through at school more than i go into school because I can catch up on social media and emails etc

    We are having 'gourmet' toasties for tea because I'm just not in the mood to cook





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    Someone needs to start a thread with pics of play areas at the end of the day. Or kitchens. Then we'll truly sort the lazy from the unmotivated.

    I would, but I can't be bothered.

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