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Multitasking: Friend or Foe

 I am obsessed with multitasking. Not only am I always doing multiple things at the same time, all the time, I’m always trying to figure out how I can do more things while I’m doing more things. 650 more words

Career

Lunch in the Shower?

Yes. I just ate lunch in the shower. Not only do I multitask when it comes to working out but when I put my boys down for a nap and need to clean up all of the morning toys, do dishes, shower and eat all before they wake up, I multitask while showering! 213 more words

Mama

The Architecture of a Working Mama

written by: Beth Woodward, Architectural Imagery

Hello fellow OTE friends, as I write this blog I have a pot of carrot lentil soup simmering, I’m rocking a 2 month old to sleep and I am browsing through pages upon pages of design and construction blogs looking for the next fun blog topic. 671 more words

Design

A hokey pokey life

One foot in and one foot out. That’s how I feel—not fully invested in any one thing. I multitask, read a snippet here, tackle a household project there, brainstorm a story idea (or four) for a few minutes, attend this or that function but hesitate to commit to anything more—like ownership or membership or some other kind of ship. 119 more words

Author

Attitude of #gratitude

I watched this amazing TED talk the other day. (I’m grateful for the time I have these days to actually catch up and watch all the TED talks I save.) 314 more words

Random Musings

Modern world is bad for your brain

Busy brain

Our brains are busier than ever before. We’re assaulted with facts, pseudo facts, jibber-jabber, and rumour, all posing as information. Trying to figure out what you need to know and what you can ignore is exhausting. 1,006 more words

( Audio ) Book Club: [[ AN INTRODUCTION ]]

Due to the nature of my job, I could be stuck at a sewing machine for hours at a time doing repetitive actions that don’t require much thought.   593 more words

Book