I loved this post! I am one of those that doesn’t ever accomplish anything except for thinking about what it is I wish I could get done, and then tell myself I can’t go anywhere or shower until I get certain tasks done (the ones i’ve been contemplating for 24 plus hours) and then when I only have an hour left, or have to be somewhere, I quick jump up and act like a chicken with my head cut off trying to quick do all that it is I’ve neglected to do because I’ve been worrying about not doing what I supposed to do, shoulda done, needed too, promised too, or wanted too, or all of the above- UGH- to the point of straight panic attack status- and naturally am late to whatever it is I couldn’t get out of doing, and dreaded doing, and would prefer to quick cram up everything else not done that i’ve successfully avoided at this stage even thinking about anymore- to being rebelliously late to whatever is next on my holy smokes I’m crazy from the last packed hour of tasks I can’t even see or think straight : ) life is great when you procrastinate!
I’m pretty good at wasting time even though I tell myself everyday that I might not wake up tomorrow, that this is my last chance to do the things I love. Either that I’m dumb or numb, but it doesn’t work on me. I only end up getting upset about not getting things off my bucket list, so here’s a NOT to do list instead. Hope it helps us spend time more wisely.
- Make a bucket list.
- (If you’re stubborn and you still want to) Stay still for more than 30 seconds looking at an empty sheet of paper thinking what to write on it.
- Be charitable all of a sudden because you want to make your last hours meaningful. The end of the world is not the time to be charitable, Gumball said.
- Be disappointed that you didn’t become as awesome as you were in your…
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