- Irrelevant or not of interest to you.
- Speculation or opinions rather than fact.
- Repetitive or rehashed stories.
- Poorly or inaccurately reported.
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Why do parents try to ‘do it all’? I have never understood parents who do all the work around the house while the kids do close to nothing. Two problems with this – (i) the kids are being taught to be lazy, self-centered, and increases their dependency; and (ii) the already time-starved parents end up doing all the work. When you invest time teaching kids to share the load at home, you will save a lot of time.
<p>Since the Dad (me) didn't get much of a mention in the <u><a href="http://www.cravetime.com/save-time/household/time-management-newborn-twi... article about time management with twins</a></u>, I've decided to respond myself [smile].</p>
This is a great Time Management presentation from someone who understands how short time is.
Randy Pausch, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, gave this presentation after he was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. The talk is funny, entertaining but hits home on the importance of finding time to do what matters.