Before Breakfast - Note what you don’t miss

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Welcome to before breakfast a production of iHeartRadio.

Good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to note what you don't miss in your life in these pandemic days. If you don't miss something, this is a sign that you might be able to save some time or money in the future.

I co-host a podcast called Best of Both Worlds and my co-host Sarah Hart Unger mentioned on a recent episode that she and her husband had like so many couples stopped doing date nights in March restaurants in movie theaters were closed her occasional babysitters or Sheltering in place to some people really missed date nights. She said she realized that she just didn't she assumed this was something that they were supposed to do for their marriage. And so they've been dropping well over $100 two to three times per month for a Saturday night of babysitting and a really nice dinner out there turn out to be ways to connect as a couple without dropping that kind of cash for instance sending the kids to someone else's house for a few hours and then hanging out with her husband at home.

So that was money that could go straight to the household bottom line.

Many of us have spent the past few months lamenting what we do miss them. Trust me. There are a lot of things worth missing. I do miss dinners out. I don't miss wrestling multiple children into a car by a certain time. I dearly Miss speaking in front of live audiences, but well, I've never liked flying so I don't miss my airport and airplane time. I have a gym membership, but I definitely have found ways to work out that don't involve going to the gym. I wasn't running that many errands in person before but I'm running even fewer now and it's not made my life worse.

If your life seems fine without something when there's no real reason to start doing it again when it's possible. You don't have to start visiting people that you didn't like to visit before you don't have to restart activities that were a hassle. If you don't miss being in the office, well time to negotiate a long-term work-from-home Arrangement and minimize the commuting time in your life for more about that. You might want to check out my other podcast the new corner office in any case today spend some time actively thinking about this question. What do you not actually a little hard to picture what we don't miss because well life feels perfectly fine without it. You probably just put it out of your mind. You might have to look through old calendar entries ER weekend task list to get an idea.

But note what you haven't been missing and then strategize how to delay or check these things entirely your calendar and possibly your wallet will feel better for it.

In the meantime, this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time.

Hey everybody. I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on Twitter Facebook and Instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number for then breakfast pod. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcast at that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch.

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