Why does sorting the laundry, de-fleaing the cats, re-arranging the toy storage to finally put the Christmas gifts away, or finally writing our thank you notes, suddenly seem like the most important thing to do RIGHT NOW; when I have an inbox full of e-mails to reply to, a list of blog posts to write, and all sorts of other vital blog-related things to crack on with? I drive myself mad with this sort of rubbish behaviour, how do you overcome the curse of procrastination? (Immediately thinks maybe I should open an Amazon window to find a 'how to knuckle down and crack on with stuff' book...)
I'm pretty sure this inaction thing isn't just me, so any advice would be gratefully received! Steve says leave it and come back to it tomorrow. But what if tomorrow is just as bad?! Nope, got to crack on!!
Time for a list!
1. Publish this post!
2. Reply to 10 e-mails, just 10. I can do that, surely!
3. Find out which flea treatments get rid of beastly super-resistant type.
4. Download photos from past few weeks and put into blog posts.
5. Reply to 10 more e-mails.
6. Make dinner and start over tomorrow!
Wish me luck...
7. Apologise for total over-use of punctuation, particularly the poor exclamation mark!