It’s Project Club Time!

Well, I was going to boast, but then I forgot to queue up this post AGAIN so I think I’ve voided my boasting rights. But I’ve gotten a lot of work done this week!


About Theresa Couchman

Theresa Couchman was born in Upstate New York, went to school in Upstate New York, and currently resides in Upstate New York. She has a pair of impractical Master's Degrees and a taste for the pointlessly weird, and is occasionally funny on Twitter.
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3 Responses to It’s Project Club Time!

  1. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    Theresa, I think you should still boast!

    I thought my week was off to a good start in terms of being productive. I did a load of laundry BEFORE work on Monday. That’s usually an evening chore. If I’m being honest, it’s mainly because I had plans to grab a drink at night. So that pretty much tells you how unproductive Monday night was.

    I don’t remember why Tuesday was not productive, but I went out again last night. Does being social count as a project? If so, I guess I’m doing ok!

    But now I need to do a whole bunch of personal chores – grocery shopping, putting gas in the car, laundry, AND a bunch of work projects. Plus other stuff that needs to get done like cleaning the bathroom and going through a VERY large pile of mail.

    • welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

      UPDATE: I went grocery shopping, got gas, have a load of laundry running, and finished two very small work projects! Will I continue to be productive or end up watching TV when this load of laundry is done? I’m guessing the latter, but maybe I’ll surprise myself.

  2. Tracey says:

    I got half my mouth cleaned today! I have to go back in two weeks for the other half. I have getting my oral health squared away and making my teeth look nicer on my vision board so I’m investing the time and money into that this year. I agonized for months over trying to find a good dental insurance but nothing made sense – it seemed that the premiums, deductibles, and annual spending caps all balanced out so there was no point in getting the insurance. But Costco has a deal with Delta Dental that for the price of a Costco membership and about $95 annually, I pay lower prices for everything. It’s not insurance, it’s access to these lower prices that the company negotiated. So I’m paying 1/2 to 1/3 of the price fillings, crowns, etc.

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