Phew, I am glad that's out the way!
A problem shared is a problem halved, the first step is admitting you have a problem...phrases of that nature and all that crap....yep.
Procrastination is both a problem and a hobby of mine. I find myself mindlessly procrastinating over the smallest of tasks, sometimes I procrastinate over making dinner. Awful, I know.
I thought once I hit my final year of uni (yay!), that I would almost grow out of procrastinating, and that the sheer pressure of having to write a dissertation, whilst running a society, maintaining my obviously very fleeting social life, stopping myself becoming obese (whoops...), and managing to actually get enough sleep, would be enough to force me out of this professional procrastinator title I have given myself.
Did it hell.
Having said that, I find myself now productively procrastinating.
Uh huh, that is actually a thing. I am actually going to insert Urban Dictionary below, just to feel a lot better about myself.
It would appear that I have been given as an example. I need help.
Instead of binge watching anime on Netflix (I am still a teeny bit guilty of this on the odd occasion when I give in to the temptation), I now find myself tidying, hoovering, actually making a proper meal, and the worst of all....making lists of the things I am procrastinating over.
To-do lists are my life.
I treated (using this term loosely) myself to a whiteboard the other day, simply because I thought (echem, knew) it would help me keep in check with what I should be doing, where I should be going, and when I should be doing things.
So far, so good.
I am still procrastinating...possibly less so productively considering I should probably be doing work right now instead of procrastinating by writing about procrastinating about procrastinating over the things I was originally procrastinating over.
Ow. Does your brain hurt, too? Sorry.
The silver lining to my ever greying cloud? I am actually several thousands of words ahead of where I need to be. I have actually been told, nay ordered, to take a break and go home.
Who'd have thought? Danielle the serial procrastinator being told off for doing too much work?
Miracles do happen!
So, please make me feel better about my life and tell me your procrastination stories in the comments below. I don't want to be alone!