I put things off.
And every year I vow to do a better job. ("This year I'm really going to be as organized as possible so I can grade papers as soon as they come in. Oh, and I'm not leaving school until the entire next month is planned. Maybe I'll have a cleaning schedule so the house will always be spotless.")
Lies. Bald faced, blatant lies.
And then I always feel the sting of being behind and rushed. ALWAYS. (Totally, 100% my fault, I know. But exposing my faults in the hopes of reaching self-actualization here, people.)
Someone made me a cute graphic. It is a little bit like mom. OK, a lot like mom. It is doing that mom lecture-y thing. I just had to go to Pinterest to find it... (Or I could have called my ma. This is so much more visually appealing, though. Sorry ma.)
And sadly, all I can say is: I didn't start today. Soon enough I really will wish I had done so. Like clockwork. What is that about old dogs and new tricks?
So, procrastinators out there, join me in putting off today what can be graded, read, planned, cleaned, or organized for another day. And it might not be tomorrow...
(Image here via pinterest.)
What is one of your biggest faults? What do you do about it? (Is it reading blogs and not commenting? I can help you...just leave a little comment. And then I'll be a therapeutic blog. Super!)