Summertime Procrastination

Summertime is such a wonderful time of year. It is the perfect time to sit out on a patio and relax with a nice cold beer. The rays of the sun hitting you, giving a sense of relaxation and a warm tingling feeling on your skin.  This is the time of year I really want to do nothing and that when procrastination rears its ugly head.

I know that a lot of people suffer from procrastination, especially in the summertime. Personally for me, this is when my procrastination kicks it into high gear. I just want to relax and not do a thing. Hell, I wish I was sitting on a beach chair and looking out to the ocean. The reality is that I have to sit in an office and do work for my client. Still looking out the window and seeing the rays of light can be tempting to shut everything down.

Now I did go through all the help advice online to try and find a solution to end my procrastination. I did find a few that really did help me battle against procrastination. The thing that I discovered about myself is when I think about the steps to my goal, I sometimes feel that the process is long and I might lose interest. I can say now that I improve that process and I continue to challenge myself every day.

I know that everyone procrastinate, it is just part of our DNA. Still, I’m proud of trying to make an effort to make myself much more productive. Still, I can’t get the picture out of my head of sitting on a beach with a cold drink and looking out to the ocean.

Here are some links that I found useful

10 Tips To Stop Procrastinating and Get $#?! Done!

How to Stop Procrastinating: 7 Timeless Tips

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