That pretty much sums me up...ok, maybe domestically challenged. It's no secret I'd rather play with Baby Girl than scrub a floor :) Since she's gone for four hours, four days a week, I need to look "busy"(not sure how I'm going to do when she goes to school full time next fall!) I've only been home for the past four years so it's also a relatively new thing for me. One thing I've learned is that I'm more motivated if it actually looks like I'm accomplishing something. So, in order to do this, I start with the easiest stuff first.
In about 30 minutes time, I can straighten up our bedroom(where I start), move onto the bathroom where I give it a quick wipe down, then onto the living room to pick up stray stuff from the 4 tornadoes that sweep through in the mornings. Add another 15 minutes onto that and I have the dishes washed, dinner thawing, and the kitchen ready for the day. Woohoo! Then it's breakfast/internet break and then I still have over 2 hours to dig into a project(usually decluttering, blah) and then playtime when Baby Girl gets home at 12:30.
This works out good because even if I have a crazy day of errands, it actually looks like something was accomplished during the day.
(please note, my house is far from perfection. There are 5 of us living in a 900 square foot home and it looks like sections of Hobby Lobby have blew up in here quite regularly :))
And that, Works for Me