Ah yes, procrastination, the reason I’m writing this and probably the reason you’re reading this.
So, what ís procrastination? Well, my dear friend, I will tell you.
Lets google this shit:
“procrastination: the act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of low-priority, and thus putting off important tasks to a later time. A certain behavior must comply with three criteria for this behavior to be classified as procrastination: it must be counterproductive, needless, and delaying.”
So now you know what procrastination is, but why do we procrastinate? Well most of the time we procrastinate when we have to complete tasks or activities that are hard, important and/or take a lot of time. 90% of the time procrastination results in failing to complete the task or activity you where supposed to do, but of course this is NOT your fault!
- “Why I didn’t finish my history paper? Well my dog needed food so I refilled his food bowl, then, oops! I spilled some food on the floor, while I was cleaning the floor I saw that the paint was chipping off the cupboards… blah, blah, 12 hours later, blah… blah…. and when my clothes where done washing I put them in the dryer and by that time it was 11 PM, so I thought I might as well go to bed.”
No, its never your fault.
I can hear you thinking right now: “Natasha! WHY? Why are you procrastinating? Why in heavens name are you writing this epically lame blog instead of studying for your finals!?”
Well my dear friend, the reason for this stupid decision is that I cant take responsibility for my actions, and if I fail my test without putting 100% of my effort into studying, it is not my fault and I will not feel guilty! :D
So what is the conclusion of this beautiful story?
Everyone procrastinates, everyone will find out that if you procrastinate enough you will fail at life in an epic manner. So keep op sabotaging yourself peeps, its okay! And remember: failing because you had better things to do, is better than failing because you are simply incapable of winning! :D
Love, Kisses, go do something more important.