When you spend a lot of your time working online there are always distractions just waiting patiently for you.
Whether it's playing games or social networking, they can become very addictive, taking you away from what you should be doing.
What is your personal procrastination when working??
(Hubbers don't judge, so feel guilt free and be honest lol)
Food, forums, housework, naps, TV, paperwork, chores. Food, forums, housework, naps, TV, paperwork, chores. Food, forums, housework, naps, TV, paperwork, chores.
Did I mention food, forums, housework, naps, TV, paperwork, chores?
I really like your post. I would like to include it in a hub that I'm preparing. I won't forget to say it's from you . May I??
I will provisionally agree. Drop me a note when you publish.
Thank you paradigmsearch
I will happily send you a copy of the proposed hub before I publish it if you would like. I'll contact you when it's finished, I'm nearly there I think lol
No need to send an advance copy.
One of my staff will drop by after you publish.
Thank you paradigmsearch, I'll let you know when it's published
The Hub is finished and has been published,you can see
it at http://billabongbob.hubpages.com/hub/Ho … -home?done
I look forward to your response . Thanks again paradigmsearch
I work so much on "automatic transmission" that I have trouble to remember what exactly I was doing at this or that time of the day.
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