Tuesday, June 27, 2017

5 Things I Learned: Procrastination

Yesterday I took a class called Procrastination, Perfectionism & Me. It was great. I got a lot out of it, including a reminder that doing something (no matter how small) is always better than doing nothing (1).

Or like Gretchen Rubin would say (2)...

The best time to start anything is today (3).  Not next week, not after this project or that class or that trip, now.  Because there is no magical time to start anything that is perfect. Just start today and you've got something to build on, no matter how small (4).  The imperfect present beats the future perfect every time (5).

I kept thinking about this blog and how it's been so long since I've posted and if I was going to post I should make some improvements... except that I didn't and then even more time went by.  Sometimes the longer I don't do something, the harder it is to do it.  So tah-dah!, here is a post that breaks that streak.

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