I'm considering publishing a special edition of Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less for my British sisters. Did you know they are still hanging their freshly washed laundry on a line outside to dry? No, really. I'm having a ball at my family reunion in London and learned that my sister-in-law, a very busy single mom, is still partaking in this century old practice that I thought was put to bed after the industrial era. The crazy irony is that she owns an uber modern, dual-use laundry appliance that doubles as both a washer and dryer, but she had never used the dryer. She didn't know how and "couldn't be bothered" to figure it out. I immediately staged a dryer tutorial intervention. It's like they say: Ninety percent of success is pushing the start button.