Answers Please…..

I recently discovered one thing about myself and realized that I always did the other so I thought…..
 
Do my fellow bloggers every have questions like this:
 
When someone allows you into traffic/lane what do you do?
Or stop to let you cross at crosswalk?
Me?
I roll down the window and stick my hand out to wave thank you.
And I also say thank you out loud. 
In the car. 
Or walking across street.
And although I know that they cannot hear me every single time I do this.
 
Does only one armpit smell more than the other?
I see you with the raised eyebrow.
Wondering what the hell I am talking about.
Without fail my left armpit always smells more than the right.
I have antiperspirant on. 
Yet every morning when I awaken there is a slight whiff to the left and none to the right.
 
Yes these are not mind blowing questions.
Answers are not going to solve the world’s issues.
But it will make you think.
And it may make you surreptitiously smell your armpits.
 
Have a terrific Thursday lovies!
 
©Sept. 24/20
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The Really You!

These questions have been posed by Rory from A Guy Called Bloke & K9 Doodlepip   

and I thought would be fun to answer. All about Time.

If you had more time per day how would you best use it? Currently a day is 24 hours long, but if the day was 36 hours long so 12 hours longer – how would you occupy yourself?

Given an extra 12 hours a day all I would do is procrastinate even longer about projects I should be doing. In the end would be sitting on couch reading emails and cuddling cats. And I do already so an extra 12 hours would be needless.

Everyone says they don’t have enough time every day, each day everyway – so what is enough time per day – how much time would you need in your day to get everything done?

Again I would just end up procrastinating and with my luck an average work day would go from 8 hours norm to like 10 or so hours as norm. So no extra time please.

Arguments for and against the theory of time are never ending … Does time exist? Does time really move fast or slow? It doesn’t matter whether it exists or what speed it travels at – l think what matters is how we best use it in the first place … how we prioritise our use of time itself – so after all that – to the question …

Do you think that you prioritise your daily active time well and if not could you squeeze any further time out to your advantage? If you do – since you started prioritising your use of time – do you find your day easier?

I do not prioritize my time. I do get up at 5:30 a.m. so as to get ready for work, write and read blog posts. Throughout the day I also check my emails trying to stay on top of all the blogs I follow. I work. I fit everything in where I can as I can. I no longer worry about time or the lack thereof. It is going to move on regardless of me and my wants/needs so I just go with the flow.

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