Always put off until tomorrow what you shouldn’t do at all. ~ Morris Mandel
Pointless to say I’ll ever change. I’m 41 years old. Procrastination is not a health risk.
Reading a sample of a book, when I have plenty other complete books to read (some I’ve started).
Organizing my blog. Every time I think I am done now, she pulls me back in again.
Conflicted about what’s more important, what I want to do or what’s for dinner.
Reading recipes I’m never going to try.
Audacity to be annoyed at others who procrastinate.
Staring out the window with my fingers on the keyboard.
Thinking about what I’ll say I’m doing now, when I go to my 25th high school reunion next year.
Interested in doing anything right now except cook breakfast.
Negotiating 30 minutes of me time with myself and I.
Accepting this is who I am, and I will get to it. Whatever it is.
Thankful for my imagination, though it leads me astray.
Irrelevant – a word I can write but cannot pronounce. It comes out irrevalent.
Obstacle – procrastination is…
Notable irrelavent here’s the thing departure…
So Here’s the thing…I started out with the word PROCRASTINATE. But I figured while I’m procrastinating, I might as well go all the way with PROCRASTINATION. So I had to take off my “E” which said exercise. When I go for a walk, I am TRULY procrastinating. I think I’ll do that next (after breakfast).
Kenya G. Johnson