Day 252 Days of Recovery from Procrastination

Procrastination is killing me at the moment. After a hectic month and not being well, i have lost a bit of my momentum.

I can blame the weather, i can blame lots of things, like anyone who is in addiction does, but i know its all about my actions and the consequences of those actions.

I think i need to accept that sometimes i am going to procrastinate, procrastination is somtimes good. I dont have to give it up completely, but have to recognize the triggers and to slow the the length of time that i am procrastinating for.

Whoops there is my addiction talking.

There is a major difference between procrastination and resting. The difference being i know i can sit too long on the couch, watch a bit too much tv, and think about things i should be doing, but not doing, and when i am resting it’s because i have worked to much, or i have done a lot or it’s just sometimes i just need time out.

Tonight i am resting, i find when i am resting i am able to write better, when i procrastinate i get no writting done. It’s terrible not to write, so there should be my motivation for not procrastinating.

Tomorrow my tasks will be

1. Work

2. Rest

3. Write

Author: Lightbulb Moment Recovery Coach

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4 thoughts on “Day 252 Days of Recovery from Procrastination”

    1. I am glad to see that no one is catching on to that defect of character, that i have. Blame, fear and doubt are always beside me. I am my own worse enemy. I really wish that step 9 making amends was step 2, because the quicker we can make amends with ourselves the quicker our higher power starts showing it self.

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      1. The Higher Power comes in at Two and Three. Nine is where the freedom comes in… All in due time, though. I had to be ready for it to see how good it was. It was a process that I couldn’t work around. You’ll get there, just concentrate on doing the step you’re on without fear. In my case, I couldn’t see how through the fear to how a step would change me because my thinking was so flawed and full of fear. That held me back a bit.

        Wherever you’re at right now, don’t fret. The good stuff is coming.

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