Friday, December 3, 2010

How I Spend One Hundred Percent of My Time: Early December

This is my jam.  How about you?

11 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I want to make a pie of my time, too. How did you do that?

Michele said...

I spend about forty percent of my time thumbing through then throwing out product catalogs.

Kelly said...

Recently, 80% is trying to keep C from ruining his new nativity scene. He LOVES it and wants to eat every single piece. Thanks Woomers ;) See you tonight!!

And how funny that my word verification is "gamer." Your blog must be on to something!!

Veronica said...

I think lately I spend about 30% of my time breaking bananas into small pieces, 5% cleaning mashed up cheerio mush out of hair, 15% contemplating online shopping sales for Christmas, 40% chasing a fast-moving toddler around the room, the library, the park, the store, the cafe, whatever, 9.5% making new friends because said toddler is way more social than me, and insists on walking up to everyone he sees, smiling, pointing, waving, and clapping, and .5% collapsing on the couch at the end of the day, exhausted from all the chasing and the socializing.

Cassie said...

Oh, yay! I was just thinking yesterday that I missed your pie charts. =)

I think my biggest chunk is spent sanitizing hands, followed by worrying about whether or not hands are actually sanitized. (I'm terrified of the norovirus right now.) Then third is probably preparing and consuming some kind of carb + cheese combo.

Jenni said...

5% of my time throwing out mail order catalogs
10% of my time watching Cars/Toy Story
30% of my time online shopping
40% of my time wiping noses
15% of my time wiping butts

Jenni said...

Hey, I just had to go back and look at that Bon Jovi pie chart again. Classic, Becky.

Becky said...

Jenni, that was the pie chart that made me huge in Poland!

Elizabeth, I make this at the Graph Jam site, http://cheezburger.com/FlashBuilder/graphjam

But there are other probably better ways. Seems like I've seen them done in Excel. Fun though.

Keely said...

Now I want to know what's in that box from Amazon, too.

Elle said...

Totally, in the box from Amazon, yes. Also, I have a package waiting for my pickup at FedEx and I have no idea what it could be. Or maybe I do? (See, like that. In a loop.)

Elizabeth-Flourish in Progress said...

lol...love this.

10% obsessing about the holiday Starbucks flavors and just hoping a big fat hope that someone will want to go on a coffee date with me so I can have some (as I am not "allowed" to buy one solo)

30% cleaning the same 200 sq ft of the downstairs living room (really, do we all just live in that one tiny plot of space?)

20% opening and closing and opening the refigerator to see if any new fabulous foods have popped up since the last time i opened the door (20 secongds ago)

20% laundry (because, yes, three people do produce 700 loads of laundry each week)

10% amazon.com. that site is the devil