Tag Archive | procrastination

Summer’s Almost Over

Well, here in Britain summer never really began. Sure we’ve had some lovely weather days, blue skies, warm weather, but they have been few and far between. Not to say that we’ve had a bad summer vis-a-vis weather. On the whole it’s been pretty dry, fairly warm, but mostly a bit murky and miserable at […]

Wow, Where Does All The Time Go?

No seriously, where does all the time go? Days seems to be running away faster and faster. The month of June is passing us by and before we all know it 2016 will have been and gone. And I’ve not done half the things I’ve wanted too – already. It’s putting my head down time. […]

Productivity Skills

At this time of year with people making resolutions, most writers will probably make a pact with themselves to be more productive with their writing. And I’m certainly one of them too. It’s fairly natural with the New Year to re-think and re-evaluate, and to look to what the future – especially what the immediate […]

Using Time Wisely

Modern life is hectic right?  It’s pretty much the same for all of us. We need to make every minute count right? So we all need to use our time wisely. For writers this is no different. Whether you’re a full time writer trying to get that little bit more done every day or whether […]

My problem is….

…..I love to be organised. Too organised. I love making notes and lists. I think that it makes me feel focused and organised so that I get on with the work with a clear mind. But this is just organised procrastination. I used to write lists of day to day writing activities that would cover […]

Procrastinate much…?

  On Sunday 15th July 2012, I was starting to come down with a cold. Honest. The week before I had work, and travelling and my sister’s 40th birthday party to go to 100 miles away. Honest. But even with these legitimate excuses at putting my writing work off – I still feel like I’ve […]