Posted by: Admin | March 19, 2011

Disorganised? Moi?

At what point does the role reversal between parents and children happen? 95? 80? No folks: in our house it’s 49. Oh yes, now that daughter no. 2 has temporarily moved back into the family home she has made it her mission to organise me. Admittedly, I do have a tendency to look disorganised, but honestly, guv, it’s all going on inside my head! Beth has decided that I need order imposing on me from the outside, so she’s been drawing me up a daily schedule.

under pressure!

Note: she feels the need to write the words “get up” at the top of the list. Bloody cheek!

So far, I haven’t managed to stick to the schedule even once, but I have to admit, it is a useful exercise. It’s made me realise how regularly I underestimate how long things take and how often I bite off more than I can chew. No wonder I get overwhelmed so often: I don’t stand a chance of doing all the things I try to pack into a day.

I do appreciate the help, really I do. How on earth did I manage my life BB (Before Beth)? 😉

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Responses

  1. ha-ha, was going to write something in this box and there was an advert for an online gantt chart – very funny
    anyway my lists always start with ‘write list’ so allied with ‘get-up’ such a productive start to the day must merit a coffee break

  2. eh? What’s a gantt chart when it’s at home? Good to hear from you again, Gary 😉


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