The Great Art of Procrastination

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I don’t know about you. . .but I am perfecting the great art of procrastinating. I’m doing it right now. I should be doing school but I’m pushing that off for a bit. What about you? Are you good at procrastinating? Come on. Admit it. You’ve at least procrastinated sometime in your life. Right? It irritates my mum to no end, though. Doesn’t it, mum? Every parent gets after their kids for procrastinating. . .I assume. I’m not a parent so what do I know?

In writing. . .do you procrastinate? I do. All. The. Stinking. Time. I start something and then claim writers block because I don’t want to finish it. Shhhh. . . don’t tell anyone. No one can know. It’s a secret.

Well, that’s all I got for you today. Have an awesome day! Comment if you are perfecting the great art of Procrastination. It is definitely an art. It takes lots and lots of practice. I should know. I’m a world class procrastinator. Just ask my mum, she’ll tell you.

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8 thoughts on “The Great Art of Procrastination

  1. Coming from a world class procrastinator, this is pretty good. I think sometimes it’s good to procrastinate a little because that gives the mind rest, which can allow for some of our best ideas. Nice way to write about something that people aren’t too forward with embracing.

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