No, you're not missing some days in this challenge. I decided that I'm not dedicating weekends for work and more for family time. My son is home from University and it was also Mother's Day so it certainly was family time. BTW Happy Mother's Day to all the ladies out there!
Now on to Day 14:
What to do When You're Stuck Waiting
We've all been there - stuck waiting somewhere:
You can still be productive during these times too!
1. Pack a basket for the car
Keep a basket of various things to help keep you productive in the car. Pack things such as:
2. Audiobook or eBook
Take this time to learn something new from an audiobook. If you're Deaf like me, then have an eBook app on your phone or tablet and read.
3. Notepad & Pen
Write down any stray thoughts you don't want to forget, ideas you want to look up, and so on. It's a good time to have a brainstorming session, or just a "brain dump" and write things that are swirling around - knowing us women it's usually 1,000 things all at the same time.
4. Online Errands
Stuck in traffic or a long wait in a waiting room is a good time to do your mobile errands - read and answer emails, online bill paying, casual phone calls, and similar chores.
Schedule your downtime during these "stuck" periods. Listen to your favorite music, play online games, scroll social media and the like. Just don't forget to remove "downtime" already scheduled at a later time from your schedule.
Now you're a little productive while stuck waiting. It's much more do-able than sitting listening to talk radio, skimming old magazines, or watching daytime talk shows.
Do you have any other ideas you do while waiting?
Productivity Quote of the Day
"We can't become what we want by remaining what we are"