Friday, March 12, 2010

Procrastination

In the past two days I have completed two very minor projects that have been hanging over my head for about a year. One took about 10 hours to complete, and the other took about one hour. It is amazing the freedom I feel and the pride in having these jobs done.

What are you procrastinating on? How long will it really take to finish?

5 comments:

Treehouse-Dweller said...

This morning, going for my run! It is a beautiful day out, but I am still sipping coffee in my pajamas.

Overall, I have a few art projects that aren't yet finished. They'd take a while to finish, but I'd like to at least make some progress this weekend.

Emily said...

moi? procrastinate? :o) Let's see . . . I'm currently putting off folding laundry. Once I get started, considering the number of baskets that have accumualted while I've been painting, I'd say this is about a three hour project. But hey! I'm no longer procrastinating on the painting!

Pryncss Briana said...

blogging ... my current excuses are lack of time and sleep, but since I gave up trying to keep up with a traditional baby book, I really need to get my blog up to date with pictures and writings for my kids!

Kim P. said...

What am I not procrastinating is more like it right now! I'm with Briana...blogging and baby announcements are top of the list right now.

littlebiggirl said...

I have struggled with procrastination so much this semester as I try to finish my master's thesis. I am truly not a self-directed learner. But I found it very helpful to set up a schedule, and I'm chugging along.

However, my desk at work is HORRIBLE and I'm certainly dragging my feet on taking care of that.