January 21, 2013 § 3 Comments
I have to write a literature review of at least 12 journal articles on online games for my Psychology final year project which is due tomorrow at 2pm, and guess what I’ve been doing for that since last week? Watch YouTube videos, read people’s blogs, comment on their blogs, watch more YouTube videos, watch some anime, you know, the usual Gita routine.
I’m so dead! I am very much aware of my inability to *start* something and be productive, but why am I not doing anything about it? This is so bad. Gita, think! Are you still going to be like this when you’re working? Well if you are, you can be pretty damn sure I’m leaving you. Me being your conscience and well-being.
Seriously, though. I’ve watched videos and read articles about how to handle procrastination, but I haven’t actually practiced what little knowledge I gathered from all of those.
What is bad is that I care SO MUCH about the deadline. Unlike my other friends who specialize in exactly procrastination (procrastinators unite!) whom do not exactly care about breaking the deadline, I am practically dead-set on when a project is due. The result is: I only start doing the project basically hours before it is due, so the quality of my work is pretty much… well… You know. Unsatisfying is too much of an understatement.
I should really change. I am aware that I should stop this. BUT THIS IS MY SPECIALTY. Hahahah. I don’t know. I just hope this doesn’t last very long.
I need to do something about it, don’t I?