Was just sitting down to start working for the day, and saw my blog site up from last night’s posting. I figured it’s a good time to just post some thoughts.
As I sit here gathering my thoughts for the day, I soon realize how much work I still have left to do. One of the GFCI outlets in the kitchen still needs replacing, the weed-eater still needs to be cleaned out for the spring season, my kid’s car needs an oil change (which I tried to do last weekend, but the last oil change depot put the plug on with an impact wrench). Also, I’m about 2 weeks behind on my training videos, AND, the garage needs picked up.
Instead, I decided to sit down at my desk and write about all the things I need to do, instead of actually doing them. That’s procrastination and poor prioritization at it’s best, people. My answer? I’m teaching my kids what happens when you don’t prioritize and procrastinate. Yes, that’s it. It’s a learning lesson for them. I’m a good dad.
So, I’ll get my housework done first, and then, off to do more recordings: