Yesterday my mom told me an interesting and helpful little tidbit about peeing. 🙂 Continue reading “About the pee and pay culture”
That title is what it feels like these days, walking around with too many keys on my chain. Like I’m working as a prison guard… don’t prison guards keep a lot of keys on their chains? Think Shawshank Redemption… lol 😜
I do something embarrassing on most days of the week and it pains me to admit this.
It is embarrassing enough that, if someone comes home while I’m doing it, I stop. I may even leave the room…
It doesn’t matter that my partner says he doesn’t care. I care. It’s embarrassing when he’s in the same room as me.
“I don’t care”, he says while seating himself at the nearby dining table, turning on his ipad.
I observed an emerging after-dinner pattern in my son yesterday.
This pattern has been developing for a while, but I don’t think I paid conscious attention to it until last night. We were sitting at the table, digesting, when my son got up and helped himself to a handful of nuts from the counter.
Why is he snacking already? The dinner dishes haven’t even been cleared yet…I thought to myself. Continue reading “How after dinner snacking led to more help with chores”
Someone somewhere once wrote that if you do a push-up after every bathroom break you take, it becomes habit and you won’t even think about it anymore.
Pee, drop down to the floor, do the push-up, get up, wash hands, leave.