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  1. Try *scheduling in* your procrastination! You’ll have a specific time period in which procrastination (and all the fun stuff we do to avoid doing whatever-we’re-putting-off) is both allowed and encouraged. And when “procrastination hour” is over for the day, you get to look forward to tomorrow’s procrastination hour; until then, “Get ‘er done!” 🙂

    You can even tell people “I’ll procrastinate later!” 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Tom,
      Scheduling procrastination really is a great technique! It allows you to give in to the urge to procrastinate, while not taking away from your productivity!

  2. Paing Zin Kyaw says:

    Thank you so much

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Glad these were helpful for you Paing!

  3. Great tips, thanks for them!! What works best in my case is making lists of tasks I need to do. However, because I kept on losing pieces of papers with stuff written on them, I switched to an online to-do list – my favorite app is https://kanbantool.com/ , if you’re searching for a recommendation.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Digital lists/ planning are great options for those that prefer it to hand-written. It’s wonderful you’ve found something that works for your needs Sarah.

  4. Thanks for the encouraging words. I am kept busy taking care of an elderly man. My bullet lists so often not accomplished because of this. So I am always running behind on them. This is discouraging.
    So many fun hobbies are undone also and this makes me sad. I enjoy many of the same things you do!
    I think that I will start scheduling a day of fun in the midst of it. If I have a day when I don’t try to do anything but take care of him and binge watch something we both like and do a hobby, that would cheer me up. A day to look forward to- maybe twice a month. Any other thoughts that might help?
    Thanks and God bless!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Scheduling a day of fun would be so beneficial Lacie. I would also suggest that you take even 10-15 minutes each day for yourself to get centered and see what you can accomplish that day even if it’s only one thing.

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