I hate writing papers, especially ones designed to be at least 3500 words. What is the obsession with this obscenely long papers!! Quite frankly, if I could sum it up for you in way fewer words without all the fluff and filler, isn't that better? Truth be told I probably lost you around the first 1000 words anyway, so should I get the important stuff in there? :sigh:
Well, once again I have procrastinated my way through another paper deadline :( For some reason, I can't seem to stay focused long enough to really get into it. I can't imagine why that is, I mean who would want to write about project implementation strategy, it just rolls off the tongue. I mean I think about it all the time, don't you?
Well maybe all the work I have at my desk will inspire my creative juices to procrastinate doing my job and help me write my overdue paper :( All I got to say is that this MBA better be worth it, it's cutting into my leisure time big time!! Not that I do anything during said leisure time, but it's mine and that's the point. Zoning out in front of my computer is a productive activity, I am preventing the children from all that radiation from the monitor. :)
OK, OK, quit yelling at me, I'm going back to my paper, I promise, just as soon as I check out what's going on at . . . no, no, I mean, right after I get my required posts . . . fine I'll do it but I'm not going to like it!!! I'll let you know how it goes. :)
On a side note: While I was yet again procrastinating (sorry, darn ADHD!!) I found this great "How to stop procrastinating" link, lol. :)
Now, what where do you think one would find a specialist for problems with procrastinating? And if there were such a specialist, how would one prevent themselves from procrastinating about making that call or attending that appointment? These are the things I ponder as I procrastinate, no I don't have a problem, leave me alone, WAIT, come back, don't leave me :) Alright already, geez, you don't have to yell. I'm really going this time.