I Should Have Thought of That Earlier
I like to think that I'm reasonably smart. The evidence does not always support this belief.
I've had my little dog, Sammy since the summer of 2017. Every week when I change the sheets on the bed, he "helps". Eliza Jane, the cat, usually comes in, too. With all that "help", the job took forever, and frustrated the heck out of me. The thing about companion animals is that they like to be involved in your life.
Yesterday it occurred to me that I could move the baby gate that keeps Sammy in the laundry area when I'm not at home to the bedroom door while I changed the sheets. I saved myself 20 minutes!
It makes me wonder how many things around the house, yard, and garden could be done so much easier if I just thought outside the box. How much time could I save by doing things just a tiny bit differently?
Have you found a creative solution to a chore?