I know that it has to do with procrastination, distraction, and the inability to stick to one task and see it through. I'll see a paper towel that my puppy chewed up, and I'll think, "I'll pick that up once I've finished cleaning off the table." However, while I'm cleaning off the table, I'll keep looking at that paper towel, and before I know it, I'm not cleaning off the table anymore because I've decided that I need to open the windows to let in the fresh air. Then, I'm looking at the table and the chewed up paper towel, and ,with half of the windows open, I'll begin wondering when the last time I washed the curtains was. This of course leads me to the goal of washing laundry. If you can't tell, it all spirals downhill from there. Suddenly I find that it's 4:30, my husband is coming home from work, and I've accomplished absolutely nothing.
|Really, I've been meaning to clean this for nearly a month now. But, since my craft room looks nearly the same, I don't have any idea what to do with all of this! Well, I guess I CAN find a place for the trash...|
|I can hear my mother telling me that laundry doesn't belong on a chair, or next to a sewing machine for that matter.|
|I did it! I actually did it! Now, when my husband comes home and asks me what I did today, I can tell him I picked up a paper towel. I'm sure he'll beam with pride. ;)|