Time yourself. Yes, set the timer for five minutes and see what gets done. I had to admit, I finished 90% of the dinner dishes recently in that span. Thus, no excuse for leaving them for later.
Well, that’s a lie…steering myself toward a writing project should give me a pass on the dishes…isn’t there a waiver we can sign so it somehow feels official?
If you want to look at the bigger picture of managing time during your days of retirement, take a look at these ten tips.
And, in keeping with my ‘try new’ approach to life, here’s today’s list, so far:
Three new items at the farmer’s market:
A fancy kind of mustard green
Mondo-sized brioche with chocolate filling
A zucchini-and-refried bean pupusa
I’m working on a short book about lessons and realizations during my first year of retirement.
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