Procrastination: the action of delaying or postponing something

Overwhelm: bury or drown beneath a huge mass of something

Day 7: Pick one imperfect action and write about why you chose it and what you imagine it will be like if you do it every day for the next 30 days.

Procrastination is the enemy to every endeavour whatever that is and it is a word that screams fear, fear of failure or fear of success as Natalie correctly said in her Day 7 video.

What I have realised in the last 7 days that I have been doing this blog challenge is that I wrote 7 blog posts in 7 days, while since last November that I posted my first post on this blog until just before the challenge started I had written only 4!

So, 10 months 4 posts compared to 7 days and 7 posts and that is me procrastinating, making excuses for myself and trying to write something perfect.

I guess, if I continue writing every day for the next 30 days, my writing will improve, I will write quicker, potentially I will generate more ideas about things to write and probably I will have one good post!

I will be a bit sneaky and I will add one more imperfect action here. Take more pictures. If I do this every day for 30 days, my photo skills will improve, I would have taken a lot of photos and probably I will have one good photo!

Do something instead of nothing because you can make something out of something but you definitely cannot make anything out of nothing.

I hope it makes sense!

And that is my Day 7 blog post challenge.

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Thank You for reading!

Recap:

1. Do something instead of nothing.
2. Make your imperfect actions perfect.
3. Stop procrastinating.

This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 7 – click here.