What is the one thing on your "To-Do" list that you procrastinate about?
Do you have one item on your list that "always" gets overlooked?
I am forever going to start a business. Time passes yet there is no move forward. One day...
I procrastinate sticking to a said "to do list". lol It's not that I can't be on a schedule, I'm on one! It's called being chubby, tired and eating junk. lol I'm trying to kick my old schedule's butt with a new to do list everyday. I'm sticking to it this time! I swear! I'm so sick of feeling like I weigh 500lbs and always being tired and out of breath! I'm only 20 pounds over weight, but in my book I'm 35-40lbs over weight. I feel like I'm 200lbs over weight though! AHHHH! Damn you, you westernized crappy diet you!
Writing on my children's to-do-list calendar. I get to it during the week....and end up completing it in advance! Then I go back to it and make small notes of adjustments, indicating what they have/haven't done. This actually helps alot!
Painting the trim in my craft/utility. Got the cabinets in, new floor in, walls painted but I hate the detail work. I keep putting it off.
I hate cleaning my bathroom. If I didn't have to, I wouldn't!
Well, I do believe that will be packing the house. It is always in my todo list but have to postpone it again and again as some other important things come up along the way.
following god's commandments with all my heart.Can't seem to stop sinning bro.
I always procrastinate about pulling my apartment together, really together. Even if I can spare to make my apartment really nice, I'm always putting it off.
I usually procrastinate on most of my to-do list, but a lot of the time I don't keep up with changing the cat litter.
Calling my mother. I put it in my diary every week but never end up doing it. She always calls me and moans about having to do it...
going to the gym! While I love to keep fit, lately I just have not had the energy to go to the gym., which sucks because usually the gym gives me lots of energy.
by Sadie Holloway 4 years ago
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by Penelope Hart 6 years ago
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by Kim Lam 6 years ago
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by Amie Warren 7 years ago
I just went through one of the nastiest divorces on earth. My ex was wealthy, and we had no children. I did not work outside the home while we were married. He threw me out with the clothes on my back (literally) and then hired a high priced lawyer to take everything away from me but my cat, my...
by Jesse Unk 2 weeks ago
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