Thursday, March 31, 2011

PROCRASTINATION! At it's finest.

Good morning Blog! The title speaks for itself. As most of you know by now, I work my ass off at school and at home doing homework, and as anyone else, I enjoy procrastinating. If you read my previous blog, you can see that I was stayin' after school with my buds having some laughs and some fun! Afterwards, I went home, ate, and went to sleep. Intending on a 30 minute nap, I wake up at 3am, to find out I had slept over 6 hours! Now, all I have to do is read some Emily Dickinson poems and analyze/annotate, which isn't much, but this procrastination is one awful habit!

So, my loyal blog followers, what are your procrastination habits, and how do you plan to overcome them?

20 comments:

Obi-wan Mikenobi said...

I don't have any plans to overcome my procrastination habits, and even if I did I would just keep putting them off....

Lucifer said...

no plans at all :)

BrAd? said...

I procrastinate a lot, and have no plans to stop.

Donal said...

I blog or go on facebook....I can do about 10 mins of school work then I need a 30 min break lol

SOMS said...

its mostly homework and i let other people help me remind me of my tasks

cool_cicler said...

Ha ha I think we share some of those problems.

JUju said...

yeah i used too do that too. like i really need to do my homework!maybe after this infomercial!

Clueless Dolphin said...

Emily Dickinson is a great poet, you should be happy to do this!

Slamcakes said...

I have senioritis. It's terminal, and there is no cure

LoreBlogger said...

Procrastination for the loss. I've been suffering from it my whole life.

Wrexial said...

Procrastination meeting!...later.

-M- said...

hSould I tell about my procrastination habits? :D I shall do it some other time

Sat said...

Timetables help...occasionally.
Lol.

Drej said...

I mostly just surf webcomics when procrastinating.

Mr. Dough said...

I find procrastination to be a very rational behaviour. I find I only ever procrastinate when I'm subconsciously aware that the task is pointless and forced upon me.
Naturally, I procrastinated through 90% of my formal education, then became very hard-working once I got a job that involved doing real things in the real world that had real effects.

Frag N Bag said...

I'll stop procrastinating... later

Great post. Following you!

SR said...

I welcome my procrastination with open arms. The only difference between you and me is that I'm only going to school part time this semester. Less homework!

Ambi said...

No plans :) love my procrastination

Come At Me Bro said...

This is great!

Solomander said...

I'll stop procrastinating sometime tomorrow.

Maybe.