Thursday, March 15, 2007

Procrastination Nation

Is it just me or is the time change kicking anyone else's ass? I simply cannot get going in the morning. I'm up. I've been up since 5:15am. I just can't seem To. Get. Going. I watch TV, I dither around, I eat breakfast, I read email and on and on. Finally, it's 11am and I'm behind on all the stuff I should have gotten done in the morning. Have I meditated? No. Done laundry? No. Cleaned house, run errands, cleaned the fish tank? No, no and no. Pathetic. I'm considering starting to drink coffee again.

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Fresh Ground Knits said...

Same thing here. It's too early for a time change. I don't like getting up at 7 and it not being light out :(

Rosemary said...

DST is kicking my butt, too. I cannot sleep at night and then I drag all day. Last night was my first night of halfway decent sleep since Saturday. D is miserable, too.

Jonathan said...

Yeah all of us around here are riding the cranky bus.

Hapto said...

Its one week later and DST is still causing a ruckus.

not that the spinning habit helps any.

Shannon said...

It isn't even the time change so much as the crazy weather -- I've been exhausted lately.

Melissa said...

don't go back to the coffee though! as an awful addict of the awful caffeine, i've got to say that i might rather be hooked on the smack. have a tea or a ginsing or something supposedly more gentle. wishing you motivation!

thanks for sending things with guido for me!!! we got to see the harlot, and it was lots of fun. andy even went with us, and didn't complain too loudly.

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