So, procrastination tactics... because it's NaNo time and who doesn't have procrastination tactics that jump out when you really ought to be writing?
Sunday I helped the Hubs pick up the big piles of leaves he raked together on Saturday. We carted them into the forest and dumped them where they wouldn't be noticeable from the house. 'Out of sight, out of mind' works for me.
Yesterday, I changed out all the faceplates on my kitchen outlets from dingy cheap-ass wood to tidy cheap-ass almond plastic. Looks much nicer.
Today? Well, I've already taken that drywall patching kit I bought back in April... yeah, I used something I procrastinated over to procrastinate - sue me... and begun the job of mending the holes in the kitchen wall above the stove. The moro...people who lived here hung a microwave there and made an unholy mess when they removed it. So, I patched the biggest holes with the kit and then filled in all the little holes with that spackling compound that goes on purple and then turns white as it dries. It was like cake decorating!
Who knows what tomorrow will bring. If I get crazy enough, I may drive into town, pick up some paint and start doing the kitchen. (Because now the patchy places will be white on off white, and we just can't have that.)
How are you procrastinating these days? Or are you being good and doing what you're supposed to do when you're supposed to do it? If you're one of the latter, I salute you.