Re: Are you organised?
Yes because I use my mind like a personal organiser. If there's a build-up of things to do I like to get them sorted out as soon as possible. I hate things stacking up and playing on my mind.
I'm meticulous with time-keeping and never keep people waiting - if I say I'll be there at certain time, I am.
My music files and extremely well-organised with categories alphabetical, by artist, genre and year. About two million songs easily reached instantly from one 2TB external hard drive.
I know in advance what shopping I need, though I do enjoy browsing too. It's when I'm at the checkout I get flustered and need to ask the checkout operator to 'go steady on me', although I've recently got used to Aldi and the way they throw everything at you like a house falling down on your head.
I have all my plans for the future sorted out ready to put into action when I eventually get this damned pension!! Then life will be plain sailing, hopefully
People who are disorganised and can't get their act together annoy me intensely. How can they go around letting people down by being late or not bothering to return things you have lent them?
And those who let their wives do everything for them are plain selfish, bone idle and have no respect. More fool their wives for being fickle and stupid. That's the age where the man was expected to go to work and earn the money while the wife would stay at home and do all the cooking, cleaning and buy birthday cards. One of my friends is like that. He still lives as if it's 1971. It's basically a sexist and neanderthal view of life. I often tell my friend that if he was ever left on his own he would be F****d!