On track

Working so hard on my planned project (see previous posts) that I don’t have time to write a blog post, Yay me!

PS: celebrating accomplishments is very healthy against procrastination. Since lack of faith in getting a job done (well) can be a trigger for procrastination, you’re actively increasing your faith in yourself by spending some yay-time on yourself.

PPS: Self criticism often gets enough me-time already with people who know procrastination intimately.

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And for the #NaPoWriMo peeps: I got my poem done before I started working on my adminisration. Fun before frog. It turned out to be a good choice: all headspace is available for my boring task My mind is free now and I can focus on getting mynumbers right.

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