Wait. Let me find another chore.

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  1. Trablogger says:

    Well that makes you a good multip-tasker 😉

  2. Jess says:

    I like to read a magazine while brushing my teeth… that makes sense to me. I feel like folding laundry is that one chore that lingers… that basket that sits there, waiting to be folded until the weekend is my life. 🙂 Although I’m not usually waiting for a movie, I’m just lazy and pretend I don’t see it for a little while. Ha!

  3. Dashy says:

    Oh it isn’t just you! I look forward to folding clothed because I always do it while watching a movie. And kitchen work is always with music playing in the background​. Chores become such fun then. 😉

  4. Its chores and chores all along, and they never seem to end!!! I dont enjoy cooking too, and yet the pile of clothes never seem to disappear!!!

  5. Balaka Basu says:

    This is sooo me…I also find household chores boring so try to keep myself distracted..

  6. Soumya says:

    Hahaha, you’re too cute 🙂

    As stupid as it sounds, I like household chores. As long as I have them I don’t worry how many of it I have. I make a plan (OCD alert) and go about them happily.
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  7. Rajlakshmi says:

    I do that when I can’t find any more clothes to wear. 😀 I like listening to songs though when I am doing household chores.
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  8. Obsessivemom says:

    You multi-tasking wonder woman!! Laundry is such a pain. I often don’t have much choice because my maid brings them in and dumps them on my bed. So if I have to sleep I just HAVE to clear it all! I haven’t been watching much TV these days so when I do I don’t want to be distracted with household chores – just with a cup of tea.
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  9. Thankfully I am at home.. so i share the pile with my mother.. It’s a huge blessing.. i dread the time i would live alone, far away from home…
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  10. Vinitha says:

    I have a pile like this next to me. I do the same – watch something and fold the laundry. Cooking, washing dishes, cleaning house, etc I do without mixing with another chore as I tend to lost in thoughts while doing these. You know, after a fight with the husband I like to wash the dishes as I have learned that I do this particular chore much efficiently after a quarrel! 😀
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  11. Middle Girl says:

    I find anything related to laundry tedious in the extreme. So yes, I try to pepper any related chore with other things to make them less so.

    Otherwise, I afford chores the attention needed to get them done, eventually. 😉

  12. Rajiv Bakshi says:

    All these chores done by Madame ! 😎😎😎

  13. susan says:

    Oh, yes, I have this affliction! It’s “I’d rather be doing anything but this”. I try not to be too hard on myself for it. It’s good to know we’re not the only ones, right? Enjoy your movies!

  14. Shilpa says:

    Omg!! I thought I was only one who does like this.. glad I found you Parul.. I do the same way..

  15. I so get what you mean 😉 I don’t mind household chores actually. It’s cooking I find less than desirable. Alas, I cannot multi-task when I cook. I do try and listen to music when I cook so it isn’t such a chore. But everything else I can do with single-pointed focus. Apparently it’s also better for mindfulness when you practice that.
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    • Parul Thakur says:

      Mindfulness is one thing and I agree the concept. With work, I’m focused cos I need to use the brain. But with hands focusing on clothes, I prefer using eyes and ears for TV 😉 Like I always say, you are organized.

  16. Rajendra says:

    It’s when the chores expand into a chore-on ki baaraat (Hindi) that the problem starts 🙂

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