2 responses to “Stress and procrastination”

  1. Gail Ollis

    I’d mind map the assignment to capture all my thinking about it so far. This both gathers the material I already have and helps to highlight any areas where I need to know more. Although there is still a lot of work after that to organise the material into a coherent narrative, it offers some tangible evidence of being ready to embark on it. I’d use A3 paper for the mind map, and probably use crayon for some of it! I could speculate on many reasons I find crayons helpful, but maybe one is that they transport me back to a time when I wasn’t hampered by being judgemental about what I was doing.

    1. Tim

      Thanks Gail – that’s helpful. I’m pleased to report that I’m now about 1/3rd of the way to finishing the assignment, with the rest very neatly mapped out – and if it’s not quite all on paper just yet, the remainder is at least firmly in my brain.

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