Procrastination blog

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The sun is shining, the snow is melting, and my son is home! To say I am happy is an understatement. I’m over the moon, and already driving my son crazy!

We haven’t done any co-authoring talk yet because he has to get his homework done first. And when he’s not doing assignments, he’s sending out job applications. He’s a dedicated young man, and I am one proud momma bear!

I have done tons of rewriting and as of this morning, I have completed the chapter where I noticed that my sub characters had hijacked my plot.

Accountability word count check: chapter 21–26, 932 words.

You would think I would be rocking with excitement, but I have officially kicked into procrastination gear by writing this week’s blog post! I usually do housework when I want to procrastinate, but I don’t want to interrupt my son’s focus on his assignment.

Shhhh — Don’t tell my husband but I’ve started to the spring-cleaning! I figure if I do it slow enough he won’t notice right? The temptation to do spring-cleaning has gripped me this year, and I am working my way through drawers, cupboards, and my eye keeps twitching when I look at the garage.

Do you do Spring-cleaning?

Do you do a personal spring-cleaning by self-reflecting?

A few weeks ago I mentioned doing self-reflection during Lent and spring. This past week I realized two things.

1) My husband got me two new books, and I noticed my TBR pile was getting rather high. (But we won’t talk about that)

2) I noticed that 9 of the 16 books were for personal growth or self-reflection.

How is your TBR? What books are you reading?