Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Hi Ho Hi Ho It's Off To Work I Go

I have been dealing with the terrible syndrome of procrastinationits at work. Every morning I think, I'm going to go in to the office and get some of these nagging little projects done and be superproductive.

And then I get there, do a few things, the ASAP things and surf the internet the rest of the day. I go through this every year about this time. I just don't want to work. I'd rather be at home nesting. While I am at work all I do is think about the things I could be doing if I was at home.

Now, before you think I'm milking the clock, I own my own CPA firm and I get the job done. It's just that this time of the year there is little to keep me busy. Just a few deadlines here and there and a lot of little things that really aren't interesting or hard but have to be done, even halfway.

But not today my friends! I awoke with the thought that I do every morning. I will be on task all day long! And today I am going to actually do it. So, today there will be no blogs, personal email, or youtube on company time. Ok, to be honest I'm cringing a little but I'm going to give it the best I've got. I may check back in on my lunch break to give you an update. Crazy and wild life I lead right? Forcing myself to work and writing about it.

EDIT:: I (mostly) did it. Stayed productive all day and there were several times I had to force myself onto the next. I'm not promising myself anything for tomorrow. :)


Debbie said...

Good Luck! You can do it!
I'll not send you any messages on Ravelry until at least after 5..I promise. :-)

Oh, I hope my comment doesn't distract you :-0

leah said...

Good luck! We'll try not to distract you!

cinnamongirl93 said...

I understand how you feel. Only problem is that I feel like that all the time. I would rather be home making stuff! Good thing we have no internet at work! LOL!

Wool Winder said...

Good for you. You'll feel much better if you stick to the plan and clear your plate of all the nagging chores that have to be done. Then, you'll have guilt-free time to play.