Tuesday, August 19, 2008


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.


Anonymous said...

Those words, "project implementation strategy", have the resounding ring of bureaucratese. They induce an instant case of MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over).

Janelle said...

Oh goodie so it's not just me :)