Being a mom you half to be able to juggle many things at once. I cook do dishes make lunches and help with home work all at once. Always been able to juggle things like that. I also multitask at work. Between hanging rolls on my press. Logging things in and prepping another roll...
I have to know how to multi-task. I am always multi-tasking, even now . .
I am watching the clock my faince,
writing this blog,
working on my word count,
replying back to several messages,
making another To-Do list,
thinking about how to edit/rewrite the next sections in...
a mental and a subliminal component going on all the time. Although I try to cut down right around bedtime.
There are so many wait-states! Progress bars, warm up times, commercials to be ignored, waiting in line... There's always something to do in the meantime.
to be able to multitask and quickly! I am usually running 3 computers and 9 sometimes 12 screens at once. Its not for everyone lol but I have always enjoyed the challenge, and will continue to do so until...well probably another year. I will be 35 next you and I am looking to...
3 or 4 activities at one time! it is called wifi, cellular data, and portable tablet. typing no longer confines one to staring at a computer screen and doing nothing else....seriously? some ppl may have to that to be on EP, but not me! IMA a multitasker.
I'm great at...
I don't think so, and we are mad to think we are the only multitaskers.
Men prioritise better than us in many ways, so that must be our challenge. Not to be like men, but to be more efficient than them, in order to gain in the workplace.
My entire life has trained me to be a good multi-tasker:
Eldest child in a large family.
Editor of a newspaper
Receptionist at a hospital
Day care assistant...to kids ages 3 months-4 years