GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Answer: 30 Minutes in a Weekday Morning

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Multitasking courtesy of Flickr user Allen Elliotte, cc license

Thanks for your answers to this week’s puzzle that asked you to compress the activities of a weekday morning into a desperate 30 minutes of multitasking! It was a bit long, so instead of repeating it here as I would usually do, click the link if you want a recap.

The gist was this: Thank god it’s the weekend.

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Okay, plug’s done. Now the answer to this week’s puzzle, direct from our winner of the week’s $50 ThinkGeek gift certificate, Adam (Congrats, Adam!):

MinuteTask1Task2Task3
1Ensure all well with child 1

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Plan day

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Imagine days kids can clothe and feed self

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4Ensure all well with child 2

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Fret about dirty house

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6[mental health minute]
7Make Kid’s breakfast

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Pack lunches

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Kids clothed

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13Feed kids

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Make adult breakfast

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15Cleanse self

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17Check e-mail

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18Clothe self

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20Find kindergarten homework

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21Feed dog

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22Find preschool pillow

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23Start car

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Assemble wife’s hippie vitamins

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24All teeth brushed

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25Pack car

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[mental health minute]
26Pour second cup of coffee

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28Feed self

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29Forget things

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Conversation of extreme importance

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