Friday, April 13, 2007

Wife May End Procrastination


I have so many things to do and I don't know where to start. It seems like I'm always behind in everything. What do I do?


First of all, if you get the urge to procrastinate, just put it off!

Try to remember that you are not alone when it comes to staying current with everyday chores such as laundry, paying bills, taking care of a family, preparing meals, picking up dry cleaning, getting to work on time, picking up the dog from the groomers, getting the kids to and from school, organizing your office or even something as mundane as unloading the clean dishes from the dishwasher so the dirty ones in the kitchen sink can take their place. Yes...the list can be endless!

In the fast paced world that we live in, it's easy to let things pile up until they become overwhelming. Sometimes this makes us feel 'let down' about ourselves because we're always reading about people who are so busy, but, manage to pull everything off and get everything done in a timely manner. What we don't do is read between the lines of their life.

Many of these so called 'doers' have people. Yes, maids, drivers, assistants, nannies, chef's, accountants or WIVES. If you cannot afford people, your best bet would be to find a wife who would eliminate your need to even think about these daily chores thus allowing you to concentrate strictly on bringing home the bacon.


Comedy + said...

Oh Dr. J. - Being female this makes me cringe, but I do see the funny side too. You have such a twisted mind, and I really like that about you :)

jbwritergirl said...

Every year my husband asks me what I want for Christmas, and every year I tell him I want my own wife, LOL!

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Wives are a great thing except for one small part. It costs a lot of $ to send them on their way. Perhaps I tried marriage one time too many.

Very funny!


Anonymous said...

Oh Jacqui.

You don't really want to be like those mennonite or amish women who need to have men tell them how to do everything, do you?


jbwritergirl said...


Perhaps this time aound you should stick with unbinding co-habitation.

Remember the phrase 'tying the knot' derived from early execution day and was coined by the noose maker.