I find that I particularly need these procrastination tools on days when I get a lot done. Counterintuitive, perhaps, but true. Not only did I accomplish all the important things on my list yesterday, but in the spaces between those things I reorganized some email boxes, updated my calendar, copied passages into my commonplace book, and changed the sheets on T.R.’s bed. I sent email. I folded laundry.
There’s always more to do. I have a whole fresh new list of things to procrastinate on today, including making the list itself. I’ll get right on that after breakfast. Unless I have to empty the dishwasher first.