So here it is, obviously copied and pasted:
Realising the extent of my laziness is a little (lottle) disturbing if I am quite honest. I spend vast amounts of time trying to work out ways in which I can save time.
Using copy and paste to very email addresses or one click purchasing on Amazon may only save me seconds but I genuinely believe that this time-saving will eventually add up to weeks of extra time that can be spent sleeping/eating/singing/biting my nails/ browsing the web for funny blogs or pictures I can post on facebook or tumblr so I appear funny. Invariably this time will be spent watching Gavin and Stacey or daydreaming but its the potential that appeals to me.
- Recieves text
- Views text
- Starts to reply
- Can’t be bothered typing
- Calling sender
- Hour long conversation about a static caravan/trip to London/chicken dinner
- Although obviously this one is counter-productive and means I have to make awkward “hmmm” noises and agree to things I actually don’t want to do because I’m not listening I’m actually watching the spider on the window and we’re doing what next Saturday??!
List of short cuts I use daily:
- Dry Shampoo
- Painting over chipped nail polish with more polish
- Hairydryer held over clothes instead of ironing
- Biting nails instead of filing nails
- Cold wash clothes so I don’t need to seperate
- Energy drinks for lunch because I can’t be bothered to make lunch
- Pour instant coffee into mug, add 2 sugar cubes and hot water, gently shake mug. Add milk, drink.
- There are more, but I can’t be bothered to remember them right now.
My brother once told me that his idea of a productive day at work is one where he gets everything done effectively with the least amount of effort exerted. I think this must be a family trait.
* I don't actually think I'm awesome.