Dangers of Multi-tasking
It's drilled into us to multi-task, so we will be more efficient. Last night (Monday) I checked email (home & work), worked on project for work (work never goes away), read whatÂs happening on GW, cleaned seeds, sorted seeds, packaged up seeds, made breakfasts and lunches for today (Tuesday), whipped up a snack (a bit hungry), called sis in Kansas to check in, monitored pump in pond to drain water as it continues to thunderstorm, put together a shopping list for today (daughters b-day), a couple loads of laundry, etc. etc. etcÂ. in the 1st hour after arriving home from being away for the holiday weekend. Well after what I found at the computer this morning, I wonder if I am doing too much at one time and should cut back one or two items.