Are these items that you do not enjoy, or need more knowledge in?Do you need to take time on a daily basis to (a) make sure they DO get done, and (b) perhaps get some further guidance on how to do them properly?
They have no intention to hurt their partner, and this sort of flirting in a relationship should be considered relatively harmless, especially when their partner is well aware of it.
On the other hand, she adds, that if they hide this flirting from their partners, then this is a red flag. If your partner is the jealous type, you should try to avoid flirting with other people.
I am giving it a go to see if it turns into anything interesting. If you have a blog that’s to do with online dating in any way, feel free to read all about blog carnivals and submit your own posts to be included in mine.
The first edition of this will be posted on July 10, assuming I get enough posts to include.
Perhaps take the things you don't enjoy as much and place them first so that you ensure they get done.
Making time to do all of these things ensures that you won't burn out in the future and allows you to stay focused on the items that need your attention.
Use this list as a starting point for your own daily task list.
Post it somewhere prominent and make sure that you adhere to it every day.
You see someone attractive, engage in a bit of casual banter, and then the both of you go about your separate ways never to see each other again.