Hey, you, over there…you look like you could use some help on how to procrastinate well?! Yeah, I’m talking to YOU! You’re in luck, I know someone, who knows someone, who is pretty darn awesome at procrastination. (Her picture is to the right – over there >>>). Check out what she has to say below!
Hi! As the Queen of Dubious MinimalismTM, I’m here, on this – it didn’t snow like they said it would – Monday to give you a lesson on how to procrastinate well.
All you people who put off things because you thought you’d have an extra day to get stuff done because work or school would be closed due to weather…you’re WRONG! I didn’t do that, I’m just calling you out on hoping for a big snow storm…(yeah, we do that here in Wisconsin, it always happens once during the season, we just never know when for sure).
And, yes, believe it or not, weather-predictor people get paid to be wrong (and right) sometimes.
Okay, enough procrastinating, it’s time for the lesson on How to Procrastinate Well:
- A camera
- Pets who model napping poses or have adorable faces
- A can-do attitude
- A long list of things-to-do instead of playing and taking pictures
A well-done procrastinating session will result in undone important tasks and beautiful photos to share in a blog post. The crappy photos are left (along with your to-do list) to use as a what-not-to-do-lesson for a later date.
So, go, grab a cup of tea and take a look at my results this session. I’d recommend the kind of tea that gives you good digestion and reminds you to take care of yourself (I thought only fortune cookies did that?).
What are you waiting for?…Go!…Make tea!…I’ll wait here for you, or you can let it brew while you’re finishing up reading this post? That would work, too.
Okay, finally ready? Here’s the slide show…it’s short enough for a quick break in your busy schedule. It took me quite a bit longer to prepare, but that’s part of procrastination, one should lose track of time in the process.
And…you thought procrastinating well was harder to do than that? Geez…boy, oh, boy, do I have some great lessons to share about the best strategy for procrastination.
But first, I’ve gotta run and get a few things done…
Quirk me in the comments with your favorite tip on how to procrastinate well! I love those lessons, yes, I do!