Question of the day

Do you generally hurry or take your time?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Joy says:

    I usually take my time but I have a lot of time. I hate to hurry because the more I hurry the more behind I get.

  2. SKL says:

    Usually I don’t “hurry.” If I am in a time crunch (and I usually am), I would rather think of ways to be more efficient or even skip stuff rather than run around like a chicken with its head cut off. However, I do have some pretty efficient routines, and if I listed all the stuff I get done in certain parts of my day, you might think I was hurrying.

    Sometimes I do hurry, and when I do, I almost always forget something. Plus, it sets a stressful tone for the whole day. I know people who seem to prefer hurrying – maybe it makes them feel more important – but I’m not in that club.

  3. Just a Mom says:

    I tend to hurry. I always have and I always will.

  4. Laura says:

    I generally don’t hurry, but others in my household are either slow as a turtle in a sandstorm or have a strong sense of urgency. So they don’t mesh with my approach, which means that I go along fine, and suddenly, Mr. Pokey Joe needs a cattle prod, which means that we’re late and need to hurry, or Mr. Gotta Get There Ridiculously Early is sitting in the car, so now I have to move my timetable WAY up.

  5. Nikki says:

    I become the lady from the Exorcist if I am rushed…do NOT rush me! If I know I have to be somewhere I will make the time, so I am not rushed, but the second a certain someone says, “you ready yet?” or “come on, lets go” I get flustered and then hot, and very unhappy. You’d think he’d learn after almost 13 years, to just stay quiet, I will be ready! Nope! lol

  6. Jenny says:

    If I got someplace I need to be I rush…otherwise I take my time

  7. Phyllis says:

    Personally, I prefer to take a leisurely approach to life, so I generally allow plenty of time to get ready and shoot for a “leave the house” time that’s actually 15 min. before I NEED to leave it. Generally works out well, other times, not so much. If I’m running late for anything besides work, it’s never a big deal. But, unlike you ladies, I currently live alone so getting out of the house isn’t a big deal. As far as getting things accomplished, I do what absolutely NEEDS to be done first, and the rest will still be there when I actually get around to it. I decides a long time ago that this life is much too precious to be rushed through.

  8. mssc54 says:

    It really depends on the situation. I don’t like to rush but I can and will if the need presents itself.

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