accomplishment

I think I’m going to start a procrastination log. Anytime I procrastinate anything, I’ll record it for posterity.
I think looking over all the things I successfully avoid doing every day will give me a real sense of accomplishment.
Today for example I’ve put off doing the dishes, sewing the pile of hobby horses I cut out last night, (I know, I know, but I ran out of excuses so I had to do it) folding laundry, and cleaning the bathrooms… and it’s only 3:00! I have the rest of the afternoon and evening to continue procrastinating these, and many other tasks.
I wouldn’t have nearly so many things to put on my list if I were doing them instead of avoiding them. You can only get something done the one time, but you can avoid it over and over again.

4 Responses to accomplishment

  1. What happens if you procrastinate creating your procrastination log?! That’s like infinite procrastination. I think the universe might enter some sort of paradox and cease to exist.

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