After All, Tomorrow Is Another Day


yadadarcyyada“Never put off
till tomorrow
what you can
do day after
just as well.”
-Mark Twain’m a pro at procrastination, no amateur stuff for me. I wish I could stop procrastinating, but I keep postponing it. do it when blogging, postponing writing posts – I tell myself it’s a lack of energy, lack of time, lack of ideas – I wish those were truths, but like most cases of procrastination, my real issue, fear. If I delay doing something, it can’t fail.

My procrastination is getting worse, becoming a chronic condition. it the amount of choices? Time inconsistency? Self-censorship? Constant interruptions? Laziness? Lack of focus? all put off doing things, but when does it move to acting against your best interests, your better judgement, when does procrastination take over your common sense?

What if I’m not even a pro procrastinator, but just an amateur stresstinator?

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2 thoughts on “After All, Tomorrow Is Another Day

  1. Thank you Kindly for this delightful reblog. I sincerely appreciate the #bloglove
    Hope this week treats you well.
    P.S. So glad we found each other in this giant virtual haystack – hope we can vitually visit often. 🙂

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    • You are talking from my heart my dear Friend, I’m also very happy to find you ❤🙏🙏❤ I will try to read more of your wonderful posts though, I must work hard in through the week 🙂 .You are very Appreciated ❤❤🙏


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