“Today is the day in which to express your noblest qualities of mind and heart, to do at least one worthy thing which you have long postponed.” Grenville Kleiser
This is neither insightful nor wise: I’ve decided not to wait until 2012 for my New Year’s resolutions. Okay … I know, it’s only a couple of days early! It’s not that I’m super-productive or any better than the next person. I’m above-average in terms of getting things done, and I
sometimes frequently succumb to the “p-word.” (shhhh! – “procrastination“)
But I just came to the conclusion that “today” is the day to start kicking it in gear a little bit more than normal.
“Today” is the day I said, “I can just do it tomorrow!”
Here are some things to ponder:
- You don’t have to get everything done today, and done perfectly, you just need to get it started. Cut back just a little on food (except for chocolate, of course), do a bit of housework that’s been put off for a while. Don’t try to do everything all at once. *do as I say, not as I do*
- The word “procrastinate” should be a noun, since there’s no action that takes place with it.
- When opportunity is knocking, be sure you have your keys and coat ready. But that can only happen if you’re prepared. Right?
Just a short post (aka, “postito” – thank you, Mikalee Byerman) today. Hope it’s a productive one for all of you! And happy blogging – I, personally, have no problem keeping that aspect of my life going!
“In delay there lies no plenty.” William Shakespeare