21-day Kindness Challenge, day sixteen: embrace “singletasking”

21-day kindness challenge

I have to confess, I’m terrible at “single-tasking”. I get distracted too easily, plus I feel like doing one thing at a time leaves a lot of wasted time in my day. I’m getting better at single-tasking things like mealtimes, but I admit that it’s almost impossible to give up multi-tasking in my day to day life–watching TV while riding the stationary bike, checking email on my phone while eating breakfast, that sort of thing. I just need to have my mind occupied so if I’m doing something mundane, you can be sure I’ll find a way to combine it with another task!

Quote for the day: “If you surrender completely to the moments as they pass, you live more richly those moments.”  — Anne Morrow Lindbergh

5 thoughts on “21-day Kindness Challenge, day sixteen: embrace “singletasking”

    1. I do wonder why that notion has become so prevalent. Maybe it’s because we all see these successful people doing it and think that it must be a component of success? I don’t know.

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