All work and no play

makes us all dull, sad, and tired.

Productive Procrastination

is not just a fun oxymoron. It can actually be used to trick yourself into doing something slightly less unpleasant, but equally or only slightly less constructive. Some people know it as positive procrastination.

… Well, I believe in it, and that’s what counts.

Moving on…

Anyway, friends, I wanted to tell you all that I discovered Google Drive’s set of templates and let me tell you, I had some fun. Continue reading →


2,318 mi →

I moved to Boston, Massachusetts. I miss my friends, the Texas heat (only relative to the chilly Northeastern wind), barbecue, queso, etc.

And I miss being 6 hours away from Marfa, Texas.

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a town where artistic ideas and concepts have come to fruition

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I am a procrastinator (as are my fellow people of the world).


A few years back, I read an article on positive procrastination, or the idea of structuring and manipulating your procrastination to get things done. I think it’s a fairly accurate study on the art of procrastination, but I’ve actually put off putting it into use, so if anyone has any tips on that…


Four months ago, two of my friends and I discussed driving to California for a 3-5 day trip. Then the plan became driving to Florida for a weekend trip. So, naturally, only two of us ended up driving to Corpus Christi for a day trip, where it was too cold to get in the water, and we sat on the sand brainstorming that sometime possibly maybe hopefully, we could go beach camping. Continue reading →