Today's "why I really shouldn't procrastinate" reason is because... well... it's tiring.
Today I was sitting on my bed, doing my math and texting Katie. Blah blah blah. Whatever. Then I hit a spot in my math that I couldn't do, and Katie had to stop texting.
Now, if I had been a sane human being, I would have simply taken the solutions guide, read how to do the problem, figured it out, and kept going.
Did I do this?
Of course not.
That would be too logical.
Instead, declaring that the math textbook was simply wrong, I laid down in bed and went to sleep for half an hour.
When I woke up, the odd feeling of being even more tired than before came to me. (This is why I don't take naps, by the way. If I take a nap feeling like I've only had three hours of sleep in a night, I wake up feeling like I've only had three hours of sleep the entire week.).
Still procrastinating doing my math, I ended up wandering upstairs and making myself some toast.
That was when I really started noticing the side effects of my nap (and therefore of my procrastination).
I mean, you have to be tired when you start continually looking for cinnamon sugar in the Tupperware cupboard.
But you really have to be exhausted when, after finding the sugar in the proper cabinet, making your toast, and then eating it... You actually put away the sugar in the Tupperware cabinet. [facepalm]
It all seemed to level out after that, however... I returned to the
I was scrolling down one of the lists when I discovered that the effects of my procrastination really hadn't gone away, and I had just thought they had, because while scrolling down, there was some sentence that went along the lines of "Write about how Blogger makes Blogging more difficult".
I read it as
"Write about how Flogging makings Blogging more difficult."
Maybe I've been reading too many pirate books.