The book I've been reading these day is GIVE & TAKE by Adam Grant. I can't read faster than I expected because often something cross my mind. I recalled the days I was in junior high school. As public school in Japan, bath rooms and other public spaces are cleaned by schoolchildren. There are several groups in a class and they take turns to do the cleaning. I was so envious that other classmates in my group (maybe most groups too) easily could said "Sorry I forgot," and skipped it. When I tried to do the same thing it didn't go well. It is probably or surely not the point of the book but I wish I could have felt somebody knew about me. My mom told me she did the similar when she was young but it sounded more spontaneous. She is great.