The 6 Different Types Of Procrastinators
Procrastination tips for everyone:
– Get help from others (professors, friends, family) to stay accountable.
– Keep a daily journal to evaluate your use of time.
– Practice visualization. Envision the changes you want to make in your life — how it feels to make the change, and what your life looks like after the changes are made.
– Create a timeline for completing a task or achieving a goal, with specific, short-term steps along the way.
So, feeling guilty. Guilty that I have a few hours off this afternoon and just want to go to bed.
Guilty that I came home and didn’t even let the dogs out of the bedroom, so I could relax. And blog.
Guilty that I don’t make more time for volunteering stuff. [but my schedule is so crazy it is hard to plan]
Guilty that I am not upstairs knitting and doing school work.
Guilty about not having enough gumption to go pull weeds. [oh, it is raining now]
I am a perfectionist procrastinator with a dash of defier and overdoer.
Guilty that I have too many irons in the fire and hoping i don’t mess any of them up.
Guilty that I have a great life but always think I need to change something, so something different, focus on the bad.
Guilty that I asked the doctor to change my meds.
Guilty that I am worried about some health issues, when others have it way worse than me. Dying, losing family, homeless, chronic illness, etc.