I’ve been procrastinating again—or, really, I never stopped. I’ve pretty much spent the entire day reading articles about productivity, flexible schedules, fixed schedules, procrastination, and tiny habits. Today’s most interesting find was “How to be Productive When You’re Lazy – A Guide for Artists” at rubberonion.com. I do just about everything mentioned already, but it … Continue reading More reading—productivity tips for artists
Started reading: 9/19/2015 Finished reading: 9/22/2015 I started reading this one this morning. So far, I like it very much. It’s set in Victorian England and the hero and heroine are both interesting characters, as are several of the background characters. :) Update 9/22: I finished this one today. I actually liked it quite a lot. … Continue reading Reading Log: Garden of Lies
This is a common problem for me: I read too many self-help books. It’s my favorite kind of nonfiction. Right now, I’m reading Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith and Four Seconds by Peter Bregman. The sad fact is that I read so many of them, they all get mixed up in my head and I couldn’t tell … Continue reading Reading too many self-help books of late
I’ve had a really bad couple of weeks when it comes to my schedule. I think it’s because of the change in routine that comes around this time of year but it might be the book, or me. Right now I’m about to make lunch, after a very unsuccessful attempt this morning to stick to my writing … Continue reading I’m struggling with the change in routine
Maybe I was wrong. Maybe you can have too many ebooks.
Quote from Isaac Asimov’s autobiography, I.Asimov.
More procrastination today. Will it never end?
I read another book toward my reading goal this year.
A quote worth sharing from an article about procrastination from the NYTimes.com site.
A good quote from a good blog post. Here’s a link.