It’s Tuesday, and I’m feeling lazy, which isn’t a very good sign.
But I can turn it around!
Usually, writing out my goals or a checklist for the day helps me get on track, figure out what needs to be done, and decide what my top priorities are. So here goes nothing…
After this post, I am going to get off the computer. That’s always step one.
Next, I’m going to go finally unpack all my bags from my trip. I mean, I got home late Saturday night. It should be done already. Once I get that all unpacked, I’m going to start getting the laundry done. I hope I can finish at least four loads before the day is over.
When I’m done with that, I’ll probably stop for a lunch break. It’s getting close to that time anyway.
After lunch, I’ll be cleaning the main floor. I want to clean the dishes, pick up the living room, and vacuum. I’ll probably spend some time dusting and wiping off the surfaces in here, too.
After all that’s done, I’m going to head upstairs. I want to pick up my daughter’s room, and it will help me feel more organized when I’m putting the laundry away. I hate trying to wade through a mess while putting away clothes. It just makes things so much more difficult.
When I’m finished, I’ll probably head into my daughter’s play room. She can burn some energy, and I’ll be able to get my laptop going. I know it’s probably not going to happen, but I’m aiming to hit 5000 points today. For some reason, that cash out point just seems so much closer once you get over the halfway mark. I’m not sure why. But hopefully meeting that goal will motivate me to work hard enough to cash out within the next few days.
If I can manage all of this, I will be very pleased with my day’s work. I think I can do it, and I’m going to try my hardest! I guess we’ll find out!
Okay. Computer going of in 3… 2… 1…