Asking the right questions

It’s time to check in again.  I really like this list from Pip at Meet Me at Mikes because it’s a little different than the usual check in posts.  I try to write the first thing that comes to my head and it always produces some interesting results.

Making :  a list.  I have been doing my Ta-Da list for a couple of weeks now. It’s been really helpful in making me feel like I have achieved things throughout the day.
Cooking : dinner.  I have made a goal to have list take away.  It’s better for our health and bank account.
Drinking :  lots of water.  I really notice the difference when I don’t drink enough water.
Reading:  a crime series by Kathryn Howell.  I discovered the other day that the book I am reading will be her last and I am a little bummed.
Wanting:  more motivation.
Looking:  a little tired, despite getting decent sleep lately.
Playing:  Avengers.  I have discovered a mobile Avengers game and I am a little hooked.
Wasting:  time.  I have been procrastinating about so much lately. I’m not sure what I am more anxious about, the time ticking away or actually doing the stuff I am procrastinating about.
Sewing:  I still haven’t managed to get over my Year 8 Home Economics experience.
Wishing:  that the answers I have to some life questions were easy to find.
Enjoying:  the cooler weather.  It’s been cool enough to wear a jumper, but not ridiculously cold.
Waiting:  for the alarm to go off so I can wake Mr 5 for school.
Liking:  Netflix. I jumped on the bandwagon a couple of weeks ago and it’s great. I wish there was more of the newer stuff but I’ve been loving watching House.
Wondering:  if I will ever like myself and believe it.
Loving:  the rare moments of spending time with just Mr 5 and Paul. We seem to have a lot going on lately and haven’t had a chance to just hang out doing nothing.
Hoping:  that the beautiful weather this morning keeps up.
Marvelling:  at the things that Mr 5 is learning at Prep. He is loving it.
Needing:  answers that no one but myself can provide.
Smelling:  The residual smell from dinner last night.  I may have burnt it a little.
Wearing:  pyjamas.
Following:  I was following the progress of the great cake making from Hugzilla. There’s talk of match fixing, but I say a win is a win.
Noticing:  that I don’t seem to worry too much about the same things as the Mum’s at school do.  It doesn’t bother me if Mr 5 doesn’t eat all of his lunch, or only eats one thing.  I know that he goes through stages of eating nothing and eating me out of house and home.
Knowing:  that with a little perseverance and a lot of work that I can do this and find the answers.
Thinking:  that I should have bolded the words as I went along.
Feeling:  positive… at least for today.
Bookmarking:  Failblog.  It always makes me laugh and wonder how the hell these people manage to live.
Opening:  a new loaf of bread.  I got a loaf of bread yesterday and half of it looked like someone had punched a hole in it.
Giggling:  at Jump 22 Street.  Paul and I watched it a couple of weeks ago and I’m still laughing at some of the scenes.
Feeling:  like I’ve been here before.

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17 thoughts on “Asking the right questions

  1. Leanne @ Deep Fried Fruit

    I love this list! I really love this list. It’s a great list.
    How am I feeling?
    I am feeling good (mostly).
    Confused (sometimes)
    Stressed (a lot)
    Happy (when I choose to be)
    A bit unwell (infected sinus)
    Hopeful (lots happening that could be awesome for us)
    Enthusiastic
    Empowered
    Tired.
    Aren’t you glad you asked?

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  2. Deborah

    I laughed at your comment about sewing as I’m the same. We had to make a wrap-around skirt in year 8 and I had to get my mother to finish it for me as I just couldn’t be bothered.

    Deb

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  3. Jodi Gibson (JF Gibson Writer)

    How am I feeling? Sick. Tired. The cold has caught up with me again. Serves myself right for not slowing down when I need to! Hence today I’m having a slack day. Although trying hard not to feel guilty about it is tough.

    School pick up? – YES!

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  4. Beck @craftypjmum

    Great list, I love reading posts like these.
    Good to hear that Mr 5 is doing well in Prep. Its such a big step for them.
    How am I feeling ? Happy and content right now, I hope it lasts.
    I am especially enjoying this cooler weather xx

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  5. Kathy

    I am really going to have to get into lists – I’m more of a random mind-mapper. I had to laugh Tegan as you say you’ve been eating ‘list’ takeaway. I think you have lists on your mind! Glad the ta-da list is coming along.

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  6. Melanie Greenhalgh

    I’m feeling a little worn out to be honest and I have tons of ideas and motivation but not enough hours to get it all done. But enjoying watching Love Child and reading some blogs from other talented ladies. Mel xx

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  7. Hugzilla

    Bahhahahhahahha! So many people waiting on that stupid cake. I failed to fail, much to the disappointment of many. There’s always the meat cake though – plenty more opportunity to fail there.

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  8. Vanessa

    I feel terrible if I forget to drink water. Most of the time I’m pretty good though but if I get distracted by softdrink I might forget for half a day and that’s when I feel like crap.

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  9. Reese Jones

    I’ve been using a Ta-Da list too and I call it my Daily Quests. To make sure I do what I need to do everyday, I give myself a reward after completing the list daily for a whole week. Most of the time, the reward is a pizza party with my kids at home.

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  10. Renee at Mummy, Wife, Me

    I’m feeling tired too, Tegan. Must be because we’re at the halfway point of the year. That’s so awesome Mr 5 is loving prep and learning so much. That will be us next year. Your wondering tugged on my heartstrings. Hugs to you #teamIBOT

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