Monday, May 04, 2009


You've seen those "demotivational posters"... I found one that described me pretty well.

When you see something it takes me too long to do, a post, or something I say I am going to do and haven't done yet, just know that I honestly do mean what I say, my intentions are good. Things get hectic, I am unorganized, I am struggling to get to it all. Eventually, I do what I say I am going to do... 99.9 percent of the time. It just takes me a while with all the things that I have piled up in my procrastination.

Makes me feel like shit honestly... I hate this about myself.

The important thing to remember is I truly mean well... I just have a hard time. I try. :-\


Ole Blue The Heretic said...

Procrastination is a sign of rebellion.

Jay said...

I will come back and leave a longer, more thoughtful comment later. ;-)

Furtheron said...

I'm with you I'm one of the worlds worst procrasstinators, and once the I've passed on whatever it is it is there like the grain of sand in the boot of life, niggling, then it gets bigger and bigger and the pain of avoiding it worse and worse... I hate it, things get done in a panic or I have to apologise for not doing it etc. And hardly ever if / when I get off my arse do the bad vibes I've created in my head ever come true about it... drives me nuts!!!

I'm trying to be better at the moment but it's a constant uphill battle

furiousBall said...

do i have to hit the publish your comment button now?

Aunt Jackie said...

Ole Blue: Yes, I like to think so hehe.

Jay: Great!! I am waiting for that... :)

Furtheron: I totally understand how you feel... sucks doesn't it?

Furious: I can't decide... I'll let you know in a little while.


kcinnova said...

Thank you for posting this. I no longer feel so alone, because you just described me to a 'T'

...why do we use the letter 'T' anyway? I suspect you just described me to a 'P' -- a giant 'P' for Procrastinator extraordinaire.

Tink said...

LOL! That's awesome. I need that in my home office.

Tink said...

Oh, and I once wrote a speech for College speech class on how to procrastinate. It was written at 2am the day of class. I got an A++ for it. Oh yeah... :)