|I typed in "lazy" and this is what came up. Looks like anything but lazy, right?|
5 Things I Am Super Lazy About
Packing--I love to travel. LOVE it. But packing? Even for an overnight trip? Nah, I leave that until the very last possible second. Note: I must unpack the second I get home.
Making my bed--I know, I know. This is my secret shame that I never share because I get SO judged for it. In my defense, I have a pup that loves to mess up the sheets and comforter AND pillows. I throw the comforter over the bed and then straighten everything up right before I get in at night. No one ever sees my room, so it's no big deal.
Unloading the dishwasher/Washing dishes--I tend to use my dishwasher as more of a dish drainer, but while I was so sick, I ran that sucker constantly. And then didn't unload it. My dishes are few--I am bad about washing coffee mugs and whatever fork I used that day. I'm generally a clean freak, but slack in this area.
Email--I am THE WORST at responding to emails. I am usually reading them while nannying, so I'll take a quick read and then promptly forget to respond. It's not personal, y'all. I swear.
Untying my shoes--I get judged for this too! I see it as I'm on the go, so I need to put those shoes on as fast as possible, whether it's taking Charlie for a walk or chasing after all of the kids in my life.
5 Things I Am NOT Lazy About
Putting the toilet paper roll on the RIGHT way--I thought everyone did this, but no. I've gone to houses where the new roll was on top of an empty one. The horror! And we all know there's only one way to put the tp on the roll.
Waking up--I'm not a hit snooze kind of person. I wake up, usually right before the alarm (boo) and then think of what I'm thankful for or a few things that make me happy. It's a nice way to start off my morning.
Laundry--I don't let it pile up and I don't let the dryer go on and on. I fold it all as soon as it's out the dryer. I'm about 90% good at putting it away though! Ironing will not be discussed at this time!
Getting gas--I have this paranoia that I'll be stranded somewhere, which is absurd because I live in the city. I'm not crazy-obsessed with getting gas, but I don't let it get lower than 1/4 of a tank.
Removing makeup--Even on my most tired, sick, stay-up-late days, I *have* to remove that makeup. I just feel dirty with it on. Keep makeup wipes in your nightstand if you need to for such makeup removal emergencies.
Now it's your turn!
What are you lazy and NOT lazy about?
Did you try the Starbucks Unicorn frapp? I was surprised at the backlash and food shaming--there are drinks already that have way more sugar/calories than this. I wrote an Instagram post on it, here.
Today I'm at the grand opening of a new Sephora at Buckhead Exchange in Atlanta! I'll be livestreaming and everything on Instagram. Come see me and let's shop! I'll have a full write up next week.