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    10-30-2012, 11:46 PM
I don't. After chores, I just don't have the energy for my nutcase horses.

When I do ride, I ride before chores. That way, I'm at full capacity when I ride, which is optional, and I have to do chores afterward whether I feel like it or not, because that's not optional.

If I did chores beforehand (mucking, sweeping, picking hooves, etc.) and thought about riding, I'd say "screw it" and go inside to my novels and art homework. Yes, I'm pathetically lazy.
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    11-04-2012, 09:06 PM
That sounds like me!

I have been working on my time management problems since I posted this thread. Things are getting better. :) I just changed my routine around a little bit and shovel poop and do feet in the morning and sometimes at night before work. But it is taking me half the time to get stuff done. And I even went on a long ride the other day. It was so beautiful out and I sure needed the relaxation and time away.
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