Hmmm...methinks that is corporate malarkey. Today, I purposefully did NOT multitask. I made a write-it-down-on-paper-God-honest list of work items and household tasks, which included this post. I turned OFF Facebook, Twitter, Skype and my email, and just concentrated on the task (singular) at hand.
Full Disclosure: I had a conference call via Skype and had to turn that on, but did not email, check Facebook, or do other things during the call.
Orange Salsa Pork Chops, green beans, Chinese chicken-less salad and rice. Yep, made it in an hour.
Teriyaki Salmon, musubi and the rest of the Chinese chicken-less salad. Definitely less than an hour.
Shrimp-less Sausage Jambalaya. I will use chicken Andouille sausage and make a double batch. Shrimp doesn't freeze very well, and this is why it will be shrimp-less.
Loaded tuna melts. Sandwich as dinner, perhaps with Kale Chips or Parmesan Edamame from Pinterest. I might opt for the lazy version of panini: toaster + microwave.
Korean Mushroom Tofu and eggs scrambled with kimchee and green onions, based on a post from from Sandra's Easy Cooking. Because one block of tofu is not quite enough for the sky-high metabolism of the teenagers. Add Korean-style bean sprouts and purple rice to the party for another full and proper family dinner made less than an hour.
I'm not sure I'll be able to maintain the serial-process living, but it was less stressful than the here-and-there flitting about that is usually Multitasking Monday. What works for you?
Eat Well. Be Well.