It’s 5:00 am Tuesday morning. You are up before the sun, coffee in hand, driving to the local spin class. You return home as your house is waking up. You jump in the shower, one kid with you. The other two kids eat breakfast as your partner packs school lunches. You have to work today, 8 am to 5 pm, and then do some work for your “side hustle” on your lunch break and tonight. Kid one says they don’t feel good and cries to stay home from school. Kid two complains about their history test tomorrow and insists you help them study before they fail. Kid three wet the bed (hence the co-shower. Your son has a baseball game tonight. Ugh! But where is his jersey? There are three loads of clean laundry to be folded – hopefully, it’s in there. His game is at 6:00 pm, so if you time it right, you can get to a drive-thru, feed all three and help your daughter study for her test between innings. You give your oldest some Tylenol and send them to school, praying you don’t get a mid-day phone call. You pick up the kids from after-school care and head to the game. Your middle child reminds you that you still need the two dozen cupcakes for the class party tomorrow. Oh, she has a spelling test the next day. Your partner arrives at the game in the 2nd inning. Just as you pull into the garage, your phone rings. It’s an upset customer from your side business. As you talk to them, you realize you didn’t have time to put your son’s sheet in the dryer and now have to convince him how fun a sleeping bag will be tonight (cue to temper tantrum). The dog is excited to see you and greets you by peeing on the floor and finding he’s torn apart the garbage can for the 3rd time this week. You hang up with your customer, clean the dog pee, fight the kids to get ready for bed, feed the dog, and start the dishes as your partner walks in….what happens next?
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