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I’m always looking for excuses to not do work.

Here are some that I’ve used recently:

“I’m too tired.”

“I have other stuff to do.”

“I don’t feel like it.”

And the worst one of all:

“I’ll do it tomorrow.”

And we all know, I don’t start/finish what I was supposed to do the next day because I cycle through the same excuses all over again.

It’s getting to a point where I spend time figuring out which notebook I should use for my work stuff than actually doing the work.

I know I’m not the only one to go through this but it feels like it.

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INFJ. Former tour manager. Geek. Soccer. Co-Founder of Mouth Off Network. Host of the Onward and Upward podcast. Freelance writer and digital media guy.

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