In a typical week: I spend between 15-20 hours working on some project or another, unless I’ve got a major overhaul going on somewhere in the house.
I read at least two books.
I dream up at least 3 new projects.
I do, on average, zero loads of laundry.
I go to the grocery store at least once.
I go out somewhere with MysteryMan twice.
Lately I watch at least one football game. (Or I pretend to as I sit on the couch and read my book.)
I cook (as in, more than mac and cheese) twice.
I take, on average, 32,000 steps, which is less than half as many as I should take.
I break at least one nail.
Lately I send my resume out to at least seven companies.
I ask, on average, 1572 questions.
I watch at least one DVD.
I drink, on average, 21 bottles of water, five bottles of beer, two glasses of red wine, and three cups of hot chocolate. And absolutely nothing else.
Lately I look at up to 50 available lots of land for sale in the mountains online.
I check my email 85 times.
I make up at least one song about my cats and sing it to them.
I sleep 56 hours.
I spend a total of 2.5 hours doing my hair.
I use 3 different brands of power tools.
I spend $30 on having my house cleaned.
I visit Home Depot once.
I watch zero hours of prime time television.
I really, really, enjoy my life.