What does procrastination accomplish? You might say nothing, but I beg to differ. I get a lot done when I procrastinate.
This morning I decided I was going to quit putting off working on the next chapter of my book. No more procrastination. So I sat down at my computer and checked my email and Facebook so those things wouldn’t be a distraction once I started writing.
Then I remembered there was a load of laundry in the dryer that I needed to remove. As I walked past the kitchen sink, I realized there were a few dishes there that needed to be put in the dishwasher. I glanced at the clock on the way back to my computer and remembered I needed to call my daughter to let her know we were coming by this afternoon. Then one of the cats looked up at me with pleading eyes, so I made sure they had fresh food and water (as if they ever go without). I noticed a couple of spots on the kitchen floor near the cat bowl, so I cleaned those up and considered cleaning the entire floor. But the only thing worse than procrastinating on writing is mopping the kitchen floor, so I came back to the computer.