The Art of Procrastination

I get so much done when there is something I don’t want to do.  The Queen of Mediocrity is likewise the Duchess of putting things off.  There are a million things I could be doing before work today.

  • I need a manicure and pedicure so bad it’s embarrassing but walking to the nail salon is cold and pampering yourself costs money
  • My dog needs to be exercised but it’s still cold outside
  • My laundry needs to be put away but I just keep turning the dryer back on to “fluff” my sheets
  • I started a photo album of our 2014 trip to France – the only thing my father has asked for since we returned.  Have I finished it?  Nope.  Do I want to? Very much. Is it driving me nuts?  Yep.
  • I need to run errands.  I need to go to the grocery store and Target – I have a full page list of things that I am out of.  I need to pick up my boots from the shoe maker and I need to get my oil changed. But alas, it is cold.

I feel like I’m procrastinating making this post worth while.  Maybe I should stop.  The only thing I’ve actually accomplished by avoiding all of these tasks is picking up where I left off in the blogging world.  I’m putting off finishing another post that I started last night because I started to ramble and couldn’t figure out how to end it.

Ah- laundry is done.  Time to get up and start the dryer again.

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