You can call me Queen P

Photo by Eric Rothermel

P for procrastination, incase you were wondering. Lord, taking on the International Baccalaureate over the past 2 years has made me an absolute queen of procrastination. This is quite evident by the fact that I’m writing this post because I’m putting off doing some music homework. Over my schooling years, I’d like to think I’ve quite perfected this art of procrastination. When you’re forced to write a 22 mark essay on the ethical issues surrounding psychological research, it is well and truly amazing the idle things that become so extremely fascinating. Fun past time procrastinating tasks have included:

-downloading the Club Penguin app onto my phone and then preceding to play
-counting the number of spikes on the cactus sitting on my desk
-stalking your best friend’s aunty’s friend’s boyfriend on Facebook and reading his status’s from 2008
-looking at pictures of Kendall (as she is known now) and crying over her body whilst devouring a Maxibon

Safe to say, I’ve done a shitload of procrastination in my time. Why do we do it? We do we constantly say ‘oh I’ll do it later’ when we actually have a pile of work that’s larger than Kimmy K’s rear?

I really wish I had the answers to these questions. Sometimes, I realise that if I didn’t procrastinate so much and dawdle I’d get homework done half as fast and then have so much more free time later, but for some warped reason, this logic just does not carry itself out. Some days, I’m awesome. I work so fast and so efficiently, it astounds me I work as fast as Eminem can rap, whereas other days, I dawdle as much as reality tv show hosts do when they announce the winner of the show. I think procrastination is like one of those natural processes, like a white rose living on in the garden, where it will always happen. It happens to the best of us and can strike whene –

Oh sorry, a link for a popped up on my newsfeed and I got distracted. Anywho, where was I? Ah yes, discussing the devil that is procrastination. And that’s exactly what you’re doing now, yes YOU, I’m talking to you directly as the reader. You are a prime example of a procrastinator, get out of this post and do what you’re supposed to be doing! Or do it later.


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