Sometimes I find myself with so much to do that I get nervous if I'm not doing two things at once.
Whether it's work-time or home-time, I have lists to do. I listen to my voice mails while doing the dishes, then shake my hands dry to put the milk in the fridge and miss the opportunity to delete the message. I go to the bathroom and start reading the article I left off the last time I was in there. I answer a phone call while putting clothes in the dryer and pick up the broom that just fell over, then go check on Selah in her jumper...only to walk back in the kitchen 15 minutes later and find the dryer door still open.
Then there's work. I pick Selah up to nurse while working on the computer. While checking my work email I remember to add the finishing touch to a project, so I open the project up and realize the computer is running slowly. So I start a back up of the hard drive, check my to-do list, then change Selah's diaper. 30 minutes later, after a smattering of filing, organizing and updating, I'm trying to figure out what I was doing in the first place. Right... the email. But now the computer is backing up. Is there a book I could get on how to prioritize my multi-tasking? Maybe I could start reading it the next time I go to the bathroom.