Personal Reflexion on Procrastination
If I were brutally honest, I procrastinate very often.
Because I know, I will eventually do it at some later point during the day.
I do not know if it because I am inherently lazy.
Or like to subconscious self-sabotage my actions.
If I live my routinely, the amount of procrastination decreases significantly, but my life becomes then also repetitive.
That’s why nowadays I try to find the middle road.
I try to have principles instead of routines.
Currently, I have some daily routines:
- Writing this blog
- Doing Wim Hof Breathing
- Posting a self-made illustration Instagram
- Reading some pages of a book
Some weekly routines:
- At least two or three Yoga group classes or self-practice
- Playing Chess or Hearthstone
- Hanging out with friends or family
- Do things without expecting any returns; you are not in control of the outcomes of your actions.
- Accept yourself by accepting the world.
- Everything everyone else does or says about you has nothing to do with you — it is just a reflection of their current state.
My procrastination list:
- Should make an appoint for my eyes.
- Should research my freelancer track.
- Should bring my bag to a repair shop.
- Should vacuum my room.
- Should decide which book I should finish first.
- Should mediate for 40 min.
Today, I have been playing too much Hearthstone. But I am doing the 30-day blog challenge. So I had to write something.
This blogpost is #11 of the 30day blog challenge.