Multi-tasking has gotten a bad reputation. According to the media, we’re a checked-out bunch, replacing quality experiences by bouncing all over the place, trying to get too much done at once.
I don’t disagree, but as a mom, some multitasking is necessary to my sanity and allows me to get more done in an efficient way.
To me, the key is setting limits – defining those important things that you absolutely won’t multi-task – and also, using your multi-tasking time well.
Here’s a list of three things I multi-task every single day…and four I almost never do:
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