Procrastination is not a word I use much

I usually just do things. I don’t mull them over too much, I just do them. 

But sometimes a task is more time consuming or …I know it will take a lot of brain power and focus. So sometimes then.. I’ll procrastinate.

Generally if I had just DONE the task, it would take less time then the countless things I did to AVOID doing the task. Like…

  • Do my bathrooms need cleaned? 
  • Dishwasher emptied
  • How about resort my red fabrics, because that seems to NEED to be done
  • Pull weeds… and the list goes on and on and on

It was a weird feeling the other day to procrastinate. As I stitched this striped binding… which I was doing to avoid a time consuming task, I thought about how….  if I had just started the project… I would be done by now.

Do you do this… avoid hard tasks by doing loads of meaningless things instead? 

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4 Replies to “Procrastination is not a word I use much”

  1. Yes, I procrastinate too. If I do something productive during that period such as weed pulling, folding clothes etc I just say I moved onto other tasks. If I just sit down & watch a tv show or take a nap I say I’m giving my mind & body a rest. So is it procrastination or waiting to do the job when you are fresh & won’t have to redo it? Sorry, I’m missing the free class time but mind, body & soul are being refreshed in a sunny warm spot in VA during October with a sis n law who lives far from us.

  2. It is funny. I am the same as you. I will avoid project. Then when I finally do complete it; I am like, Why didn’t I just do it in the first place.
    This seems to happen most once I have completed a quilt top. I machine quilt my quilts but, how should I do it; what should I use for backing.
    Thanks for your note…going to check out some soup recipe

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