Procrastination – tip #2

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Weirdly, and despite the fact that I am mysterious and unpredictable (just ask my family!), the list of things on my plate this week looks much like it did last week. I should be:

  1. Working on the draft of my next book.
  2. Critiquing another chapter for a friend and reading a completed manuscript for another friend.
  3. Buying and mailing a birthday present for my other nephew – sorry buddy, it’s going to be late!
  4. Doing my taxes – gah, still not done!
  5. Catching up on the latest episode of The Voice (no wait, that’s meant for another list!)

Instead, I went for a stroll in the sunshine with a friend and took lots of blurry photos of birds. This one I’m sharing is a red-winged blackbird. After a long stalemate, he agreed to let me take this one picture, so long as I hurried on my way afterwards.

Alright, alright, this week’s tip?

» Make a public commitment to your goals. Whether that’s a list of to-do’s on your blog/FB/Twitter, a note on your fridge door, or a sticky note on your computer monitor, write it down somewhere.

So tell me, did you try out Trello last week? What did you think? Or do you have another list-making app that’s better? Tell me, tell me.

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6 comments on “Procrastination – tip #2
  1. Kathy says:

    That’s an incredibly impressive picture of a red winged blackbird! And there is nothing better than finishing a ‘to do” then crossing it off the list! Good luck with your list!

  2. Judy Hudson says:

    Great picture. Blurry can be “artistic”, and is definitely good for backgrounds. It really makes your centre of interest stand out.
    (I didn’t know you watched the Voice!)

    • Jenny says:

      Thanks 🙂 I love the Voice. All those people with dreams who are taking a huge and public step to move forward. I think it’s a brave thing to do with so many people watching.

  3. Hayley says:

    Mysterious and unpredictable – absolutely! Nephew number 2 says “it doesn’t matter Aunty Jenny. Any time is a good time for a parcel”

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