Although I'm a type b kinda girl, I'm also extremely goal oriented. Oh, how I want to get things done. I just don't want to go through all the boring, tedious steps to do it right. Which leads to a lot of half-assing things.
I skim e-mails from my kids 3 schools. Sure education is important, but it's like they're forcing me to read The Old Man and the Sea again or something.
I don't read (never mind follow) directions well. And my sense of direction? It's horrendous!
I won't bother with things like priming a surface or other things that you can't see with the naked eye.
If the car starts what does it matter that the check engine light has been on for over a year?
I don't think I've ever used ALL the screws that come with the Ikea furniture.
Cleaning the oven? Really? News flash: It's only going to get dirty again.
Same with ironing. It's a vicious, pointless cycle that was meant to be broken.
And I can make a 30-minute workout even shorter by not doing the warm-up or the cool-down.
How often are you supposed to change your toothbrush? Wait, don't even tell me.
I shove things into my cabinets/closets then unmeticulously arrange it just enough to close the door.
Sudoku? Crossword puzzles? No one sees how sharp or dull my mind is. So, huge waste of time.
I could come up with other examples, but frankly, I'm too lazy.
So basically, my goal is to conserve energy.
And I think in this day and age we all know how important conservation is.
(Wait until you see the big reveal on my half-assed home improvement project on Monday.)