Prepping food was a big answer for today’s Text Question of the Day but we all have our systems. Christine likes to do a little bit of face care. Steve comes in every weekend and bangs out about 6 hours of work to be ready for his mixture of busy daddy and busy producer (I don’t care what he says I will not call him busy daddy). I like to prep the week out in my head and write down some plans for the show. That’s an old Connie and Fish trick.

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What's something you do on your day off to make the work week easier?

  • I plan my Alexa Routine on the weekends to make for an easier work week. With specific lights that get turned on throughout my morning path, to certain outlets turning things on like the coffee pot and living room tv. It gives me a few extra steps into my day, simply by me saying “Alexa, Good Morning”.
  • Nap as often as possible
  • Laundry
  • Food prep for the week
  • Shop
  • Wash all my masks, pack my lunch for the next day, fill my car with gas, etc.
  • Sleep, clean, and spend as much time with my kids and husband that I can (I only see my kids for about an hour a day, husband usually less than that, on days that i work).
  • Meal prep
  • Batch cooking so I don't have to figure out dinner when I'm tired from work.
  • I do all of my necessities on the weekend: yard work, grocery shopping, laundry etc that way I don’t have to do it during the week. Soon I’ll try prepping meals for the week too!
  • Jog, ride a bike, grocery shop, go on a walk, maybe play tennis, wash all the sheets in the house, and catch up on my TV shows.
  • Meal prep lunches! Catch up on laundry. Sunday night I make sure the kitchen is completely clean
  • Enjoy tons of quiet time when I can! I’m an antisocial social person
  • Make lunch and dinner for my work week. I work 12 hour shifts and this helps a lot
  • Clean, organize, play with the kids inside or outside. Catch up on sleep.
  • make breakfast for the week, pull my clothes, prep what needs to be in the car
  • Pull all my clothes out for the week. For myself and the kids.
  • Lay out my clothes and my kids clothes for the week, pack our bags for work/daycare, get groceries, meal-prep and make my lunch the night before.
  • Pre-make my breakfast, plan meals and shop for groceries
  • Eat pizza and drink root beer with my boys!
  • Laundry and dishes, read to relax.
  • What is a day off?
  • Plan my attire for the week - based in weather and schedule -and go to bed on time!
  • Hike. Cook. Laundry.
  • BIRDING!!!!
  • Prep meals, laundry & dishes
  • Go work Saturday and Sunday 18hrs combined because during the week I have to deal with customers.
  • Bake cookies
  • Take the rest of the week off
  • Sit
  • Grade, parent contacts plan, look for other jobs
  • Clean & laundry
  • Drink
  • Laundry because I need clean work clothes, other than that, I simply enjoy my time. Not over planning my weekend helps me get through my work week.
  • Smoke weed
  • Nothing. I have no time for anything
  • just relax but I’m usually working at least two extra hours every weekend per day
  • A whole mug of coffee
  • I call in to make my work day easier.
  • Typically I will just roll a fat hogger doobie and think about what I should’ve said in that argument the previous week..
  • Not think about the work week…
  • Nothing! It’s good for my mental health.
  • I have taken slack off my phone so that I’m not looking at work messages when it’s my time off.
  • Not assign homework to grade
  • Bath day, bubbles included. I even have a candle and I always choose a beer to enjoy.
  • Every Sunday I have a self care day. I sleep in. Relax a little bit. Put on a peel face mask, a sugar scrub on the body, take a long shower, do my hair, put some lotion on and put comfy clothes on and maybe a glass of wine or some of the Mary Jane.

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