Things done vs things to do


 I’m supposed to be writing an essay.

The deadline is Wednesday.

Today is the only full day I have clear for writing it.

So what have I done?

Lots of work avoidance:

Things to do



Work Avoidance


Had I realised the limitless possibilities for work avoidance which come with blogging I might never have started.

The latest is following links which refer visitors to this site. Sometimes there’s an obvious explanation, blogging on something which relates to posts on other people’s blogs, but I can’t work out why Alpha Inventions  and Condron have discovered me.

But they have and regularly direct visitors this way.

However, susceptible to work avoidance though I might be, I’ve resisted the temptation to follow any of the zillions of blogs they link to.  

Enough opportunity for work avoiding is already more than enough.

Four down . . .


First Chris Trotter and Matthew Hooton  hung up their keyboards, then Busted Blonde announced she and the prawns are taking an extended holiday from Roarprawn.

And today Queen Bee posted a final dispatch over at  The Hive .

All have made an intelligent (well, apart from Chris when he wrote under the influence of psychosclerosis) contribution to debate on the blogosphere.

I’ll miss them, though other things on my to-do-list might benefit from their absence which will give me fewer excuses for work avoidance. 🙂

yet another excuse for work avoidance


John Ansell has joined the blogospehre.

If you don’t need a witty and provocative excuse for work avoidance, you’re better not to go there.

Hat tip: Kiwiblog

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