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Monday, December 13, 2010

I've found that the more creative I get, the more I use it for evil. How, you ask? Although I find that creativity sparks many projects, I also tend to use my creativity to procrastinate like no other. Which is exactly what I did this weekend. I recently stocked up on DVDs (I tend to go through them quicker than paper towels) so that I could have some entertainment during the cold, harsh winter months. I inadvertently tried to watch all of them this weekend with a mish-mash of Get Smart and Mad Men. Well, I failed at finishing off the DVDs (still on the 1st seasons of both) and I was able to get little done on my novel. But today is a new day and I'm throwing the procrastination monster out the window into the snowdrift that covers my patio. There. Be gone, Procrastination Monster.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Terri said...

Hi! Glad you're here.

Gargantua said...

Hello there fellow procrastinator! I think it must take a truly creative person to spend as much time as I do thinking of ways to avoid sitting down to write. DVD's are also one of my main distractions as is gaming. If you come up with an ingenious way of manufacturing motivation, would you mind sending some my way?