March 21st, 2003

running, bomb tech

*snerk*

Evidently one of the people from Kittenhate must think that "the Temple" is some den of wild sex stuff.
running, bomb tech

Notice:

If anyone posts anything important today, please notify me if I should read it. I will be at a funeral today, for votania's uncle, and will thus be away from the machine.
running, bomb tech

I say...

Random compliments are almost always in order. Random insults are not.
Azzcalm, Quiet

Home.

Went to school. Came home. Went to votania's parents' house for lunch. Went to funeral. Went to votania's late uncle's house. Came home.
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running, bomb tech

Shit.

not able to deal with stuff. too late to call darkside. not seeing ro online. shit.
documentation, writing, quill

Procrastination (and why I rule)

You know what I can do? I can procrastinate. But, in order to effectively do this, I must be busy while doing it, so as to look as if I'm not, in fact, procrastinating.

LJ is a timesuck, but I can't do that all day. (My reading speed enables me to get to /friends?skip=180 in under two hours.)

I have a palmtop, and to encourage good behavior, I schedule tasks I must perform (chores, homework, once-offs, and the like) into it. It has this nifty feature, "floating event", that lets undone tasks follow me from day to day. They can be scheduled to repeat. (Like laundry. Like vacuuming. I have to do it... and it gets done only if I'm reminded. So I remind myself.) (Hey, it's the Port-a-Brain!!)

But I still procrastinate.

I don't want to do my homework. So I look at my to-do section with the floating items, and I sweep the floor. I wash the dishes. And then I really don't want to do my laundry. So I look at the list again, and procrastinate on the laundry by boning up on that chapter of Oracle...

Then, I'm all surprised when I don't have anything to do...
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    organized