Obviously, have coffee and check Windy for the weather. But not according to Heloise who says,
The first thing to do in the mornings is to put your dishes in the sink to soak and then make the beds! I don’t know why, but this is most important. It gives a woman a feeling of not being embarrassed if a neighbor drops in, and you’re in a better mood, since what has yet to be done doesn’t show.Heloise Bowles Cruse, Heloise’s Housekeeping Hints, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1962.
Soaking dishes. Neighbors dropping in unannounced. Whoa. What’s next?
Instead of hanging hubby’s pajamas in the closet, try placing them under the pillow. Do the same for your nightgown. This eliminates about fourteen steps a day. … This is most convenient in more ways than one. Your husband can’t say, “I can’t find my pajamas!”
I must admit, there’s a part of my brain that grew up in the 60s that’s saying, “Take care of your own jammies, for crying out loud. Who do you think I am, your mother?”