A Southern Girl Trying to Make a Difference in Sin City

I did not always do it.  I do not know when it started.  I will never understand why I do it, but I want to change it desperately.

I put the “pro” in procrastination.

I found this post in my “drafts” with the last save date as 1/5/15.

The good news is that I do not procrastinate as much as I once did.  (I have posts months and years older than this one in my drafts.)

I will admit that while writing finishing this post I caught myself attempting to save it until another time and mumbled “No, don’t quit.”

Yes, procrastination is a terrible habit … the thief of time … and thousands of other cliches, but it is not going to take this post away from you today.  I am focusing on the ways I can making writing a daily habit … at least for the month of November.



2 thoughts on “You Can’t Change What You Don’t Recognize

  1. Lynne Brown says:

    I always thought I put the pro in procrastinate. I will let you claim that honor since you haven’t gotten around to completing your Who Dat? page. I love that you make no apologies for that. Good luck with NaBloPoMo!


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