Thursday, January 31, 2013

How I Spend 100 Percent of My Time: No Blogging Edition


That's about the size of it.

Man, it's been too long since I made pie!

What's filling up your pie plate?

xoxox

9 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Gosh -- I love these pie charts. How do you make them? I'm not sure how I'd divide up my days, appropriately -- probably something like haranguing the children about one thing or another, dealing with Sophie, Inc., gritting my teeth and pretending to be Buddhist, reading, writing, thinking about exercise, actual exercise, eating chocolate-covered almonds from Trader Joe's.

gretchen said...

Oh man, I've missed your pies. I want to know what spoilers you've been avoiding. I desperately need to find a new Netflix streaming tv show to obsess over. I'm not patient enough to wait for the DVDs to arrive in the mail, so I need streamers. If you have any suggestions, let me know.

Common Household Mom said...

I love your pie charts. But I think I need new glasses. I read, "Avoiding spiders" and I thought, spiders aren't all that bad, and in any case that's way too much time spent avoiding them.

But yeah, I've been spending time avoiding spoilers too. I'm finally up to the opening episode of Downton Abbey Season 3.

Jane said...

Love the pies!

My days seem to be pretty much 40% preparing and cleaning up food, 30% buckling and unbuckling, and 10% agonizing over whether to nap or write while the kid's asleep. Not sure where the other 20% goes. Into the aether, I suppose.

Star said...

I've been meaning to hunt up a good and free online pie chart generator to use in my ESL classes, and your fun post finally reminded me to do it while actually at the computer. I put the results and generator link on my blog, enjoy!: http://mymilanitaly.blogspot.it/2013/02/how-i-spend-my-timehow-about-you.html

Beth said...

I can't get enough of your pie charts. A week or so ago, I was spending 100% of my time illin', and not in the cool Run DMC way. Thankfully I'm over it now, so now I'm doing laundry.

KristerT said...

I am 85% failing at Catholic Schools Week, and 15% pretending I don't need bifocals to read.

I love the pie charts you do - they always crack me up!

Kate said...

love the pie charts! i need to do one some day soon. only the results would be scary! A big slice goes to reading for escapism from my kids and another to escapism from life with television shows like Downton Abbey!

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