Antenna (antennapedia) wrote,
Antenna
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Procrastination techniques

You don't want to know how many of these I've already resorted to.

  1. Working on the perfect writing soundtrack.
  2. Cleaning up the tags on my music collection.
  3. Sorting my BPAL imps alphabetically.
  4. Fixing minor bugs in my fic archive software.
  5. Cleaning the garage and putting away the husband's latest tool explosions.
  6. Spring-cleaning.
  7. Taking a long hot bath with a glass of the Macallan on the edge of the tub.
  8. Playing WOW.
  9. Finishing the three novels I started reading recently then wandered off bored from.
  10. Watching more BSG.
  11. Working on another story. Any other story.

Oh, gawd, I'm going to have to write, aren't I. Comfort me.

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