How to Overcome Prepping Procrastination
Gaye Levy, Contributing Writer
March 15, 2012
Procrastination is a trait that we all share. For some, procrastination means putting off tasks or chores that are tedious, time-consuming, or simply downright boring. To others, it means never quite getting to the task list because there are other, more entertaining distractions to fill up the time.
Whatever the reason, procrastination is problem with a lot of preppers: the research is done, the budget is set, the checklists are printed out and ready to go and then what? Nothing.
My goal today is to examine the insidious roadblocks to getting things done and also the steps that I personally to take to overcome what I call “prepping procrastination.” And for me this is timely since I had a large list of items I had been meaning to take care of – prepping wise – and just never quite got to it. And note that I said “had” since I have just spent four hours whittling down my own to-do list.
So just what is it that prevents us from reaching our preparedness goals?