I'm a lazy person. No one ever believes this is the case, but it is. People look at me and see a single mother of two very busy boys, a full-time faculty member at a good university, a fantasy sports nut who spends a lot of time researching, playing, and writing. My friends would tell you I'm never too tired to go out or to have an impromptu party at my house. Being adventurous, generous, and a bit hedonistic is how I live, it's true, and from the outside that appears anything but lazy.
At my family's weekly Sunday dinners, the kids clear the dishes. One kid will carry one plate at a time, as slow as he can, hoping that he won't have to do too much. That's a form of laziness, I suppose, but he ends up making a lot of trips back and forth. Another one attempts to stack and carry as many dishes in one trip as possible. One and done. That's the kind of kid I was. I'm sure it's why I was such a good waitress in college. When I go on a run of errands, my route is the epitome of p You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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