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We all suffer from procrastination, and it can manifest in the most strange of ways. Sometimes we procrastinate about things we should love doing! The key is to figure out why, to map out a plan of attack, and to get to it. One step at a time, and it will soon be in the past.

This set of 32 procrastination-busting prompts takes you through a full month of making progress, plus a bonus day as a treat. Invest a month in discovering techniques to help you achieve your dreams.

This book assumes that you’ve done some journaling and understand the basics. If you need help with any journaling topics, I have a 59-page free ebook Journaling Basics - Journal Writing for Beginners which is available on all major platforms. If it hasn’t rolled out free on the one you’re using yet, please contact me and I’ll find a way to get a copy to you.

All author's proceeds of the Journaling series benefit battered women's shelters.

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Procrastination

Introduction

If it’s your job to eat a frog,

It’s best to do it first thing in the morning.

And if it’s your job to eat two frogs,

It’s best to eat the biggest one first.

-- Mark Twain

I happen to love frogs. I’ve raised the cute little tykes from tadpoles and adore their romantic symbolism. But I get what Mark Twain is saying here. If you keep putting off something, not only does it not get done, but you’re adding stress to your body. Negative hormones are damaging your health and sapping your energy. It makes everything else you do suffer as well.

Eat that frog. Get it over with. Then be charged with energy for the other things you crave doing.

We all suffer from procrastination, and it can manifest in the most strange of ways. Sometimes we procrastinate about things we should love doing! The key is to figure out why, to map out a plan of attack, and to get to it. One step at a time, and it will soon be in the past.

This set of 32 procrastination-busting prompts takes you through a full month of making progress, plus a bonus day as a treat. Invest a month in discovering techniques to help you achieve your dreams.

This is the first version of this procrastination-stopping prompts book. I would love your feedback and input on it. Together we can bring love to the world.

A note on journaling:

This book assumes that you’ve done some journaling and understand the basics. If you need help with any journaling topics, I have a 59-page free ebook Journaling Basics - Journal Writing for Beginners which is available on all major platforms. If it hasn’t rolled out free on the one you’re using yet, please contact me using the links at the end of this book and I’ll find a way to get a copy to you.

Now, on to the prompts!

1

Take a deep breath. You’ve begun the process! That’s an enormous step for someone who can sometimes procrastinate on things. See? You’ve started! You’ve begun the work. That’s half the battle in life.

Write down