Procrastination has its place in our world. While it is usually useful to complete mundane tasks in a timely manner that is not always the case for our creative endeavors. Often when we ponder over some time our ideas change, refocus and become clearer. While I definitely see how it is useful to do housework or mow the lawn on a schedule, the same cannot be said of something that requires a little bit of our soul. Sit back in reflection and enjoy taking it easy. Your mind will thank you.
- A scary walk-in mammogram and the relief of a benign cyst induced Emily Parnell to attempt another resolution to stop creating stress by constantly procrastinating.
- Parnell found that while procrastination hampers many a critical, practical necessity from happening, it can actually enhance the creative process.
- While reflecting in lieu of doing the laundry may prove unhelpful.allowing the subconscious to filter through one’s ideas is actually intrinsically useful for things like writing.
“believe solidly that the time lapse between the inception of an idea and the execution is where the magic happens”