I'm good at remembering numbers, any kind of numbers, phone numbers, s.s numbers, etc. I remember to take care of my charges. I forget everything else.
What has frustrated me to umpteenth degree is how the republicans have dominated and continue to dominate the political and economic messaging in this country. The only news shows that republicans deign to show up for to promote their false agenda never challenge their views at all. The only news pundit who was formidable in that regard passed away, Tim Russert, we lost a tremendous investigative voice that day. Any other venue who might challenge the validity of the tea party/republican vision, they would never go on or if they did, they would cry out unfair liberal media bias. There isn’t any intelligent debate between the two radically different views of America, the progressive versus the conservative. One based on fact and historical data, that is. I am tired of the perpetual bowing down to republican ideas that have been shown to be detrimental to the overall economic health of our country.
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Am I too lazy? I don’t think so, as I get older I procrastinate less and less. I don’t think that procrastination is laziness, it’s more about putting off something that you are not entirely comfortable doing. Life experience has simply taught me that you might as well take the bull by the horns, the situation will not go away or get easier the more you put it off. I would never characterize myself as lazy, not as a child or a teenager or as an adult. I’ve always been busy, busy studying, reading, doing chores, hanging out with friends, traveling, writing, living, getting married, working, having babies, having an eating disorder, recovering from the eating disorder, very busy. Lazy no, procrastinator in my younger years yes. Right now at this stage of my life, 44 years old, I am still busy, I procrastinate less and I give myself permission to concentrate on the tasks I really enjoy and get to the others when I’m ready to do them instead of that invisible timetable that apparently exists for everyone in some form or another.