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Procrastination Evaluation & Silly Dissertation

Evaluation Of My Procrastination followed by My Procrastination Dissertation

I don’t procrastinate. I . . . simply . . . do . . . not . 704 more words


The Art of Procrastination

Yes, believe it or not, it is an art – well it is in my books anyway (which clearly aren’t open because if they were i would have no reason to establish this post – i’d be studying). 1,232 more words

Recognising Writing Behavioural Patterns

Why, with all my good intentions, enthusiasm and motivation, do I fail to be as productive with my writing as I’d like?

Why do I start exciting new writing projects and often find they peter out after a couple of weeks? 701 more words


Writer's Block, Shame and Lying

Pinnochio came from a block of wood, and he wanted to be a real boy, but he had a problem with lying. If you want to be a real writer, but you’re blocked, this might be an issue for you as well. 235 more words

Tips For Overcoming Writer's Block And Procrastination

The Little Things - Jan. 29th/30th

Yesterday was really rough (more to come later), so I’ve combined my good things list with today’s. Small but worth it! :)

1. Got three affirmations of love from three completely different people – it made me cry for the next three hours because it’s really hard to accept love from others (especially people you’ve just met!)  when you have none for yourself. 264 more words

Personal Journal

Having Too much to do and Too many options can lead to procrastination.

 Do you guys think this is true? It does bring up thought to mind.

  • Procrastination is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the “last minute” before the deadline.
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