Been there many times over the years. But, what writer hasn’t, right? Though I still feel frustrated with it at times, Procrastination and I have managed to become friends. This is a good thing. For instance, being able to look each other in the eye means that I know that when I feel overwhelmed I freeze up. I’ve got things to do, places to go, you know. But, I’m almost completely unable to do anything. Normally, deadlines can be great motivators. But, the idea of waiting till the eleventh hour to start and finish something just stresses me out. Some people can set soft deadlines (read: artificial), and that’s enough to get them going. Hmm, not me. If I’ve set a soft deadline, I know it’s not real, which means I can easily talk myself out of following through. Tough case, eh? Well, here’s the upside. Having tried so many anti-procrastination tricks over time, I now know exactly what will jostle me out of mental paralysis. So, today, I’m here to let you in on the three small steps that will (hopefully!) help you beat that procrastination problem. And at the end, your sweet tooth will thank you. Continue reading → Beat Procrastination, Feed Your Sweet Tooth!