Every work day I leave work thinking that I will come home and be motivated to do stuff. Stuff like chores, or writing, or projects, or all of those. But in the twenty-ish minutes it takes to go door-to-door, my motivation seems to disappear. I'm convinced it's a tear in the time space continuum
I'm unsure what happens exactly, sometimes it's as simple as watching Bones or Doctor Who, sometimes it's a nap, sometimes it's just a whole lot of I Can't Want To.
The funny/stupid thing is that if I would just buckle down and do these things, it would take hardly any time. Instead, I unintentionally wait until Kevin phones to tell me he's on his way home. His commute takes at least thirty-five minutes.
Suddenly with that phone call, I am motivated. Suddenly in thirty-five minutes I will have emptied the dishwasher, sorted the laundry, paid bills, or whatever. Or all of it. In thirty-five minutes, I'll have completed most of what I'd planned to that morning.
It's not like Kevin cares even one second about any of these things. In fact, I doubt he notices. This is 100 percent on me.
I can rationalize that it is the ADD because that's probably what it is. But it is annoying. It is nice knowing that anything I want to do is doable in 35 minutes or less. And that Kevin doesn't give a sh*t about this silly deception...and that's not even the right word but you get what I'm saying.