Early Is Hard10:30 AM
There is construction on two of the main roads by my house. There is construction on the road where my place of employment is. School started, and now the freeway is backed up every morning because of all the Wayne State students (I work down the street from said school). Needless to say, I have been late almost every day for the past two weeks. I have been missing my morning workouts, planning on doing them later when I get home (which never happens, because other things happen) just to save time. I also lay my clothes out the night before, and pack my lunch the night before. I even tried showering the night before, but my hair won't have it (I also need a haircut, because mullets are gross). There is only one solution: I need to wake up earlier. Which means, I need to go to bed earlier.
It seems simple enough, but this is usually the case after work: babysitting (which really isn't that much work), making dinner, cleaning up after making dinner, cleaning up the house, and doing laundry. Then add in the random things like running to the store, fueling up the car, taking out the trash, walking the dog, etc. Or, on days when I don't feel like making dinner, I have to run out and get food, which is work because on those days nothing ever sounds good. Seriously, how do people who have kids get through the week? I mean, I am pretty good at multitasking. I prep blog posts while stuffing my face, and cook while babysitting, etc. But still. Can't I just get Scotty to beam me up so I can get to work on time? Grumble grumble.
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