Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Making Progress


One thing that I've learned throughout my years of being in school—this is not to say that I've followed through with this tip because I am such a procrastinator—is to not let things pile up. It's such a simple concept, yet so hard to put into action. (Unless you're one of those people who have amazing willpower, and for that I congratulate you. I'm not one of those people.) It takes me a while to get started on being productive for the day, and when I do, I work very slowly. But I have realized that even if you don't get something done in one sitting, it is best to start something early and keep on chipping away at it until you're finished rather than rushing to do it all the night before. And I guess it's something that can be applied to any situation, not just schoolwork. With anything; even if the progress is merely thinking about ideas or jotting a few notes down, it is still a step further than not doing anything about it at all. With that being said, like I've mentioned, I'm a procrastinator. (I like to call myself a 'PROcrastinator'...get it?) However, I would like to stop rushing and starting making progress. Baby steps, am I right?

j.j.

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