Tag Archives: procrastination

It’s a ‘mixed bag’ kind of week

‘How has your week been so far?’ I asked my client – let’s call him Matt – as we sat down for his session. ‘It’s been a bit of a mixed bag really: some good stuff, quite a bit of … Continue reading

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Back where it all began

(I’m stepping away from the screen for a couple of weeks whilst I concentrate on another project – in the meantime, here’s a reminder of why this blog is called ‘Turning over pebbles’: my first post from July 2010. ) … Continue reading

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Another handful of productivity pointers

Here in the UK, it’s a 3 day week for many of us after the Jubilee celebrations. Still need to cram in 5 days’ work? Recently, I shared Five practical productivity pointers with you: here’s another batch to help you … Continue reading

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Washing machine need fixing? I’m your (wo)man

I know I’m showing my 1950s housewife tendencies here but in my world, a glorious sunny day + light breeze = opportunity to dry washing on the line rather than being irritated by it lolling around for days on an … Continue reading

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Out-staring the sprouts

As a child, I liked very few vegetables. As my parents regarded a balanced diet as a requirement rather than a lifestyle choice, they continued to serve them to me. To start with, I’d leave the vegetables until last which rather … Continue reading

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900 seconds

Last time,  I talked about how I counteract my avoidance tactics: those obstacles I leave in place to stop me having to take action, even when I know I should. Using my four questions (What’s actually going on? What else? … Continue reading

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