Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Bloomington, MN
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It's amazing how much you can accomplish in 10 minutes.
The following paragraph is full of generalizations and might not be true for you.
If your husband always gets home at the same time, make sure he comes into a clean house. Women- we're one way and men are another. We come home from the grocery store and get right to work doing something, but men require a period of decompression, where they sit down to relax. If the home isn't welcoming and relaxing, they end up being jerks. making sure that my husband always walks into a clean house helps. Even if it's messy all day long, as long as it's clean when he gets home, it's OK. And food.
As far as time-saving goes, I try to automate everything I can. My rss feeds auto-tweet and you can auto-update your facebook that way, too.
When I started this job, we NEEDED a certain amount of money, my husband was out of work and success was my only option. I set a daily financial goal and didn't stop working until i reached it. I had my older kids prepare the meals so that my time offline was spent helping with schoolwork or playing. I crock-potted a lot, and had a lot of healthy snackfoods available.
Good luck to you.
|I think if I treat my blogging, like someone said, like a job and schedule it out - maybe that will be better.|
i do my blogging in chunks. yesterday my dh took the kids out for the morning and i wrote posts for all of this week and scheduled them to run one per day.
i might go back in and tweak things or switch out a post if something more timely comes up that i want to write about but i love knowing my blog is all set to go for a week of new posts!!!