Procrastination is a Recipe for Happiness and Success

This blog has been on a long hiatus, I have procrastinated its coming back online– and today I found the perfect answer why.

This video I came across, talks about everything I want to say to myself and others after my hiatus. It is a long one, but I promise you, it is worth the 15 minutes it lasts.

All the time I haven’t written here, I’ve spent gathering my energies, working at my writing and at my life– and today, I feel strong enough to come and join this blog again as an active participant. Procrastination well-used, methinks–I used to hate this habit but I can now see it in a new perspective.

What about you? Do you Procrastinate? Are you frustrated with it?


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  1. Honey

    I have no sound for the video, but I procrastinate big time. I tell myself I work better under pressure, but the truth is I get overwhelmed and don’t know where to start. That is until I have to!

  2. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    I watch the first few minutes – yes!!! No wonder I’m happy. Yes, I procrastinated on my next book forever. My blog post for tomorrow is sitting in a Word file, incomplete and waiting for tonight. But now I have vindication that’s all right.
    We need a procrastination party. We’ll talk about that later.

  3. Arlee Bird

    I like it. I feel that my behavior of procrastination has been validated. All my life I have been an extreme procrastinator and now I look at it with less frustration and can see how it has paid off in the past–not always, but sometimes.

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