I’m procrastinating right now.
There are about five different things that I need to do at the moment. And I’m not doing any of them.
Because procrastination can be productive. You can get more done by doing less.
In fact, it can help you juggle the 1.5 million things you have to do on any given day.
And you get to keep that seductive sense of skiving that comes with avoiding responsibility 😉
Little word of warning though my nerdlets: this works for me, but it won’t necessarily work for everyone.
So, y’know, use your discretion and all that jazz.
Plus, maybe don’t procrastinate in an emergency situation… Scratch that. DEFINITELY don’t procrastinate in an emergency — sort that sh** out!
And I’m not a scientist or any sort of fancy expert — I’m a blogger, k? K.
Hooman beans are fantabulous and largely mythical creatures.
As such their brains work in weird and wonderful ways.
As a hooman bean yourself*, no doubt you’ve noticed this.
*(Unless you’re a Fair One or a cat. In which case, congrats on learning English and figuring out computers!)
As such, if you give yourself time to procrastinate, you can use that time to achieve other things on your ‘to-do’ list.
Perhaps your evil cupcake-related goals, or whatever else you might have going on.
(Like adulting. But adulting is boring. Boo, hiss, etc.)
And, as a bonus, your brain will keep working on the other stuff.
Yes, you read that correctly: YOUR BRAIN WILL KEEP WORKING ON OTHER STUFF WHILE YOU’RE PROCRASTINATING.
Weird, I know.