As we all know procrastination is such a useful excuse. Just one more program to watch, just one more article to read no wait, let’s read a book…that’s better.
I have perfected the term procrastination. Defer, postpone, stall, adjourn and putting off all until tomorrow or even the next day or even the day after.
Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.
Procrastination is what helped me when I was diagnosed with Kidney failure (that is another story) and instead of speaking to my family in my highly emotional state, I deferred by playing a game on my phone non-stop for about two weeks, regardless of the fact that at the time I knew a very toxic “friend”, and that is another story, who insisted I talk to my family. She would phone me late at night, first thing in the morning, 10 o clock, 2 o clock….you get the idea, continuous non-stop badgering, which I duly ignored as I was way too busy doing other things.
When I calmed down I sat my family down and spoke to them. I was calm, factual and yes it was difficult but I did it.
So being a procrastinator has been hugely beneficial as it has taught me to just be.
Which is why I am now going to follow the Egyptian god of writing, manifestation, astronomy and esoteric arts, Thoth who says don't worry about punctuation, grammar or spelling just express your thoughts and feelings as they flow into your mind and body.
As a clairvoyant and psychic medium I do occasionally go for a reading and the "they" are some of the wonderful people I have met during the years who have given me wonderful insight into my life. The latest was just two months ago. The writing issue was the main topic on the table. So who am I to ignore the call?
The next instalment will be about the Queen of Procrastination.....and we all know who that is.