If you are reading this post, according to my "analytics," you are most likely:
- one of my (thankfully many) family members
- one of my (thankfully many) friends
- looking for a cool image
- seeking a downloadable copy of Neil Fiore's Unschedule
- accidentally here because of the vagaries of Google search
- interested in "bed"
- someone whose book I am writing about
- interested in procrastination
- a procrastinator
- like me, a perpetually recovering procrastinator
However that shakes out for you, I'm guessing that you could benefit from, and would probably enjoy the work of other bloggers writing about procrastination. I recommend you take a look at the blogs below. Some have cool images, some mention the Unschedule, all have useful information and advice to impart. By way of a caveat, I should tell you that none have the word "bed" in their title.
Check them out!
Don't Delay--Dr. Timothy Pychyl's Psychology Today blog subtitled "Understanding procrastination and how to achieve our goals." Dr. Pychyl's work has informed many of my blog posts. His new book, The Procrastinator's Digest: A Concise Guide to Solving the Procrastination Puzzle will be the subject of my next Procrastinating 101 series. Dr. Pychyl is a multi-faceted communicator, whose methods include podcasting and cartooning, and whose website is an eclectic trove of procrastination resources.
The Procrastination Equation--"Everything you wanted to know about procrastination but put off finding out," by Dr. Piers Steel, who just happens to be the author of a book by the same name, which was the subject of 12 of my Procrastinating 101 posts earlier this year--and my favorite, thus far, of all the zillions of books I've read about procrastinating. While procrastinating.
Procrastinating Writers--"Guidance for Writers Who Struggle to Get Started," by Jennifer Blanchard, creativity and writing coach and, oh yeah, procrastinating writer. Ms Blanchard is also a prolific tweeter. Just try and keep up with her frequents tweets!
Science and Sensibility --by Dr. Bill Knaus, co-author of the classic Overcoming Procrastination and author of the new End Procrastination Now. The blog is labeled "A psychological potpourri," and deals frequently with procrastination, ADD, and similar issues.
Structured Procrastination: One Man's Effort to Avoid His Actual Duties--by Dr. John Perry, of structured procrastination fame, and recent recipient of a 1g Nobel prize for his work on the concept.
These are blogs I like, and learn from. You can certainly find others--and if you do happen upon a good one, please tell me about it.
By the way, if you google "procrastination blogs," a lot of what you find will be bloggers--of every ilk, on every topic--posting about their own blogging procrastination.