There’s not many things I’m extremely good at. Not a fact to be proud of, I know. A fact to be even less proud of is that one of the things on this list is procrastinating. If you could make money out of procrastinating I probably wouldn’t make a penny constantly postponing procrastination.
I just really need that coffee right now. And to be honest I haven’t properly cleaned my room for at least a week. Just a quick check on Amazon about that plug… My keyboard is so dirty. Is it five o’clock already? Nah, I’ll look into it tomorrow. I don’t need to do it so urgently anyway. And so my Monday’s work flips over to weekend and, well, weekends are for relaxation.
And then I get angry at myself and frustrated for not doing absolutely anything. Why do I do this? Why do I keep repeating the same mistake over and over again when I know I’m going to be angry and the work will not be finished? How will I ever do anything in my life? Is there a way around this? Continue reading “Is it at all possible to avoid procrastination?”