The Multi-tasking Mother of all Mothers

Scientists at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) now say multi-tasking is bad for our health. Just like smoking — as soon as we get good at something the experts want us to quit it.

At no other time in my life did I learn to improvise more than when I was a working mother. Not even when I was at Second City, where improvising was born.

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Besides being a humourist, Deborah Kimmett is a motivational speaker who inspires groups with presentations through her company, Wit with Wisdom. She is also an author and a regular performer on CBC Radio.

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