Sunday, November 23, 2014
Many days it seems to revolve around my schedule but many days I do a lot of cleaning. Does it count as exercise ? My day starts out getting the furnace set for a few hours, then the kids off to school, my youngest to his grandmother's, then it's off to work. I get my client his meds, take him forabreakfast or make it whichever he wants, get back, then I start in cleaning. I strip his bed, throw it in the laundry, remake his bed with different sheets. Then I move to the kitchen. Doing dishes, and cleaning whatever needs doing ending up sweeping and mopping the floor. Then I'll check on my friend to see if he needs anything, then head to do the vaccuuming. Next check the laundry switch it over when it's done, then start on making his lunch. Then I head to the bathroom to clean that up andsbck to finish his lunch. I set it out for him, then sit and eat with him. Next more dishes. After all that's done I will get the laundry folded and put away, then sit for a few minutes. Next off to my mils house to get my son. Get him all stuffed in his snow suit, all his stuff collected and off to my house. I take the dogs out, move over wood for the night, then try to figure out what to make for dinner. Sometimes I don't know what to make. Anywho, I get something made up then do whatever dishes there are in my sink, throw laundry in if it needs doing and sit until the kids get home from school. Then I let them play for a half an hour, then we get started on homework, dinner, bath time, say good bye to the hubby for the night, then fall apart once they all fall asleep. How does one schedule in exercise when having all that to do? I haven't a clue!! Ive tried getting up earlier no dice kids get up with me and ask for stuff. Any advice? I haven't any idea lately how does to schedule me time in all this mess. HELP!! Thanks to everybody who wrote on my last blog I appreciate it all.