Family weddings can get a little crazy, especially out-of-town weddings. As you saw from my last post my sister got married last weekend. It was a beautiful wedding with a beautiful bride! By the end of the night, after the happy bride and groom had left the reception, lots of people were helping clean-up and everyone was pretty tired, to say the least. The next morning we got up and were making our brunch plans in the parking lot of the hotel. One of the trunks got opened to put some bags in and a sweet discovery was made.
The groom’s cake!
It was about 5 degrees away from being pure liquid. Somehow amidst all of the other stuff in the trunk, it was untouched!
The picture is classic.
Amidst the craziness of wedding clean-up there was definitely some multitasking happening.
Anne Fisher, FORTUNE’s Senior Writer, wrote an article, which Jason and I talked about in our March podcast. She talked about the common notion that mutlitasking does not save you any time. The article shared,
The “time cost” of refocusing your attention may be only a few seconds with each switch, but the researchers found that, over time, it reduced people’s total efficiency by 20% to 40%.
I guess having a cake in the trunk is a great example of the results of multitasking.