TMI Tuesday – Adjusting to the New Normal

Welcome to this week’s TMI Tuesday. As usual please visit TMI Tuesday to check out the other contributions. But only after you read mine first!

1. Favorite form of adult pajamas: Kimono, soft pant, romper or Winnie-the-pooh style? 

I only became a pajama wearer recently. I sleep naked and have since I was in my early twenties. Consequently I never really saw the point of spending money on pajamas. On an outlet shopping expedition I bought my first pair of Peter Alexander pajama pants. It has changed my whole outlook on pajamas. If I worked from home I would live in those babies!!

I think I need a new pair soon though.

2. What time do you wake-up in the morning?

During term time my alarm goes off at 5.30am. It is a struggle to get up at that time but it is necessary if I am going to even have a hope of getting something on these pages and retain my sanity.

When school is out I usually get up around 7am. Sometimes earlier in summer. Despite taking medication that is supposed to help with my circadian rhythms insomnia seems to be part of my regular sleep landscape these days so a regular sleep cycle seems to be impossible to achieve.

3. Your favorite chore to do is _____ .

Washing clothes. There is something about hanging them all on the line neatly and then folding them. I feel as if I have achieved something with my day if I have done a few loads of laundry.

4. Least favorite chore to do is _____ . Why?

Cleaning dishes. It is messy and wet and it seems like as soon as you get that sink clean and empty there is something else sitting there. A completely endless, thankless task!!

5. Tell us about a home-cooked meal that you cannot forget.

When our children were younger we often went camping with a group of families. It was the practice on these trips to share meals. Each family would be responsible for cooking one meal or alternatively we would all contribute something to the meal. One of the group members was quite good at camp oven cooking. There is something very special about food that has been cooked on the coals. Particularly when you are balancing your plate on your lap around a fire.

Bonus: Is tired the new norm?

I don’t think tired is the new norm but having a mental health issue definitely seems to be something that is more prevalent than it was about 10 years ago. It seems that everywhere I turn people are identifying as having a mental health problem.

Another disturbing thing that is perhaps linked to the above is the overwhelming number of people who are more interested in constant scrolling and consumption of rubbish content created by their internet interests stopping only to perhaps create some substandard content of their own using an app that basically does it for you. No one is interested in putting in the effort to create something completely original with their own minds and hands.

OK that maybe was a bit of a rant. I apologise.

Bonus Bonus: Due to the lack of sexy content today here are some boobs

Remember to click the link and enjoy some other bloggers

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19 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday – Adjusting to the New Normal”

      1. Hahahaha! No need to apologize, sexy is always a good thing!
        Yeah, I was a bit shocked that there are other complaints about TMIs being all about sex. Well, it’s a sex blogging meme after all. I think there are doing the wrong meme. 😂

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      2. I agree although that kind of thing happens often. Vanilla people stumble across something a little out of the box sex wise and they are all wanting to be part of it until they get s bit overwhelmed. Then, instead of leaving the sexy people to do their thing they complain until it is changed to suit them. I was quite cranky to read their comments.

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      3. Me too. I kinda got annoyed. They are suggesting H to change the meme for them. I’m so close to suggesting her to change her blog to a sex blog instead and see how she would feel. 😂

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      4. I know. I’m also having a problem in my blog about a reader. I did what any reasonable person would do and let him incriminate himself by saying alot of stupid things. 😅

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      5. In all the years that I have been blogging I have never really had any problems with readers of my blog. I am surprised about that because I feel writing about the stuff I do makes me more likely to be targeted.


  1. We camped with the kids when they were young as well. Some of the best times we had as a family were camping trips. No electronic devices were allowed (except me for navigation, weather and work…) Ditto on the mental health issues, same observations. Producing content does seem to be a good alternative to consumption of social media. Recently closed my site, but working on starting it back up. Missed it after one day…

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  2. “I apologise. for the deliberate sexiness. Apparently some current TMIers are becoming a little vanilla”

    Not this one. I appreciate the sexiness. I kind of resented the comment that people stop posting about sex because one person didn’t like it.

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    1. I feel the same way. I have avoided entering into a direct dialogue with the person concerned. I didn’t want to get into a slanging match. Having said that I don’t want to keep participating if her suggestion takes traction.

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