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January 09, 2007


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Mechanical activities that allow you to zone out a bit and come up with ideas:

Driving to work (memorized route you drive without even thinking)
Mowing the lawn
Any repetitive cleaning activity! :)


Eric — Interesting. As my home gets cleaner, I have better ideas.

There's a lot of potential to this equation.


When you run out of dishes, bake something. Something that requires lots of measuring cups and spoons and separate mixing bowls that will need to be washed later.


Hi Lesley — Fantastic idea! I love to bake, so now a favorite hobby will serve a double purpose.

And many thanks for visiting!

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