Finding Time To Quit Procrastinating

I’ve been meaning to write a Week-Ender about the woes of procrastination, but I always seem to put it off. But no more! Today, I am going to introduce a subject–procrastination–that I know lots of people will want to comment on. If they get around to it. So if you think you want to jump into this discussion, do it now, while you’re thinking about it. I’ve heard it said that procrastination is best put off until tomorrow; I’ve also …


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One comment on “Finding Time To Quit Procrastinating

  1. Procrastination only affects the chores we don’t want to do. Of course, when you’re talking about yard work, things keep growing and the chore also grows larger…and even less attractive!

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