re: Cleaning your room instead of doing your homework VIEW POST


I call this "virtuous procrastination" (I think I Mike Rowe used the term)

I struggle with this all time. I always feel like there is so much to try/learn, and diving into those topics often feels better than getting down to the nitty gritty of whatever main task I'm working on.

As a remote employee, I often find myself cleaning my house in the morning if I know I'm not looking forward to daily backlog.

I try and schedule out my time so that I give myself time to "clean my room" but also ensure I do my homework.

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