There, I said it. No one really wants to admit that this happens but it's all too common.


Right now, I should be cleaning off my desk so I can actually work. (It's piled with papers and other paraphernalia that should have been put away days, weeks, months ago). Actually, my bedroom, my studio, the bathroom, the kitchen--Oh, let's just say it, THE WHOLE HOUSE--is in need of massive cleaning. You want to know how it got this way? Well, let's see...

1. My mother had a series of small strokes then a heart attack. She had a pacemaker installed so (THANK GOD) she's recovering. A significant portion of my time goes to helping her.

2. My computer system went down for several weeks--six (6) to be exact--which sent me into overdrive trying to save it. (I did with the help of Microsoft).

3. I took on a big project last summer that was coming to fruition just as my mother took ill and the computer crashed.

I've had a lot on my plate so should I feel guilty about procrastinating when I REALLY should be working on the big project or cooking or cleaning? The answer is NO but I'll feel guilty anyway so let's just get on with it.


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