My ability to procrastinate is well-known the world over. If I have Internet access, I can waste hours upon hours online to avoid being productive, as has become apparent this week when I'm supposed to be working on 4 various reports for various people and organizations. The following are the 30 websites that use up the most of my time [other than gmail, of course].
30 websites that use up all my time:
- old navy
- barnes & noble
- trip advisor
- charity job
- yahoo! fantasy basketball
- atlanta braves
- green bay packers
- best buy
- room to read
- various blogs of friends and strangers alike [a copout, I know, but these rotate and so listing them all could take up the whole list]
As you can see, I'm a bit all over the place, and the regularity with which I visit those websites ebbs and flows based on where I am and what my schedule is. For example, I check the news sites much more often when I'm abroad than when I'm in the States, the Hulu watching is mostly when I'm State-side, and the fantasy basketball is seasonal [it's starting back up, hence my visits have become more regular again]. But regardless of where I am or what I'm doing, I can always find time to waste online. It's a talent, to be sure, and I have been blessed with it.
And now it is time for me to return to my
procrastinating report-writing. Until next time.