My mum loves to chat, but there aren’t enough hours in the day to sit and talk. That’s why we’ve all learnt to multitask. I’ll be on cialis viagra vergleich the cordless phone to her just after dinner has finished and the kids’ bath is being run.
But my mum can talk for a long time. The kids will be in the bath and splashing water all over the floor and the conversation is really only getting going. So I have to turn to other duties that can be performed whilst still paying attention to what mum is saying.
In the kitchen you can:
- Unload/load the dishwasher
- Wipe down the dining room table and kitchen benches
- Clean bits cialis and canada of food left on the dining room chair and/or on the floor
- Empty the bin and recycling
- Clean out the sink
- Get the vacuum out ready to vacuum when you hang up
- Clean the fingerprints and dirty marks off the walls
- Clean the front of the dishwasher, oven, bin and fridge
- Clean the windows
Clean the top of the stove and range hood If the conversation is still going on and the kids are still generic sildenafil citrate happy splashing away in the bath, then it’s time to move to other parts of the house:
- Put a load of washing on
- Bring the clothes in sildenafil citrate use in ivf from the line, fold them and put them away
In the lounge, dust around the TV, mantelpiece, book shelves and plump the pillows
- Corral the remotes together
- Pick up the kids toys/clean up craft supplies
- Start to tackle the ironing
It’s a really good use of time, since none of this requires much brain power and when I’m done talking (or listening) I have the satisfaction of looking around at the sense
of order I have created! So, add to the list. What do you do whilst you’re on the phone. Let’s work on the full list of one handed tasks that can be conducted without occupying too many brain cells.