Everyday, at the end of the day, my husband or one of my daughters asks: "What did you do today?" Of course when I was working full time, that was never a question. They ask it with an emphasis on the YOU, because of course there's no reason to ask them. THEY were at work. I think many people, and not just my family members are a little jealous of the fact that I can pretty much dictate my day. Keep in mind that I taught school until approaching three years ago, when budget cuts in our school district eliminated my position and program. (I'm not going there, that's another post). But, I do know what it's like to work outside the home.
healthy habits; I have a new rule: I can only watch "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" if I do the elliptical for 20 minutes while watching it or take the dog for a walk before the show starts. Keep tuned in, as I share with you occasional posts of "What I did Today!"