Roll out of bed and make the kids breakfast. Load work email while I stumble around the kitchen trying to function. I usually get to eat my breakfast, cold, at my desk. lol Ahh the life of a WAHM.
I let my dog out.
Feed my dog
Turn on tv
get something to drink
walk my dog
look for work online
get on hubpages
pet my dog
roll out of bed, stretch, climb up the stairs out of my dungeon - which is a chore all of its own, pee, make coffee, drink coffee
Get up, let the dogs out, turn on the computer and sit checking Facebook, email and Hubpages.
Take a shower, dress, eat peanut butter toast and by this time it is about 10.
I guess now I will be going to work two days a week so the routine will be similar but it will start earlier on those two days.
Its always difficult for me to get up early in working days,But its very much strange with me in Off days its easy to get up early in morning.Then obviously routine work goes.
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by lovetherain 3 months ago
I have to give up coffee, I need a new morning routine.
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