Why Do I Do This?!?!

STEIN, GERMANY - JULY 05:  Count Alexander von...

STEIN, GERMANY – JULY 05: Count Alexander von Faber-Castell, sixth-generation company principal worked in this office in Faber-Castell castle near the Faber-Castell factory on July 5, 2011 in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany. Faber-Castell is among Germany’s leading manufacturer of pencils, pens, art supplies, office supplies and high-end writing instruments, and was founded in Stein in 1761 by Kaspar Faber. Through a marriage in 1900 to the noble Castell family the company took its present name and is currently lead by Count Anton von Faber-Castell. The company still has two production plants in Germany but has its biggest manufacturing centers overseas, including in South America, Indonesia and China. The company will mark its 250th anniversary on July 8. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

I really don’t know I do this but I do it all the time.

I’m leaving town tomorrow (actually today since it is currently Sunday fucking morning, 3:29 AM) for a business trip.  I have about a 5 hour drive.  I was hoping to leave around noon, at the latest, so I could get there in plenty of time to relax and get a good nights sleep.  I also wanted to see if I could, maybe, get into a little trouble by finding some hot out-of-town guy to hook-up with.  I also want plenty of time to drive from the hotel to the office building where my meeting is so I can make sure my GPS will not take me to the wrong place.

AND, right now I still have to finish laundry, pack, need to go by my office and clean up my office in case my bosses decided to come by while I’m off for 2 days.  AND I still have a lot of work that I need to do to prepare for the presentation I will be giving!  That is probably the most important part!

I had this big grand plan of a presentation I wanted to put together which I thought would really blow everyone away.  I had plenty of time to do it because I have known about this meeting for over a week.  And guess what…I haven’t done a fucking thing!  And I can’t exactly do it in the hotel room the night before because I won’t have my printer and some other office supplies I’ll need to put everything together.  So, that means I really need to get up early and go by my office in the morning and put it together!

We’ll see what actually gets done because so far it’s not looking very good!

I really think this whole thing has to do with the mental illness problems floating around in my head.

Ooah, and can I say just how much I’d like to have that office and that desk that I put in the top corner of this blog!

English: A Diagram of procrastination cycle. T...

English: A Diagram of procrastination cycle. Task features, internal factors, irrational beliefs, behavior and consequences are shown. used for a university assessment. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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