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Construction, Holidays and my friend Procrastination

As you can tell, my portfolio and blog sites are currently under construction.

I’d like to say that I’m working as fast as I can, but that’s clearly not the case. I suppose because it’s the holiday season that productivity is little more than a distant memory, fading in between the gatherings, get-togethers and general alcoholism and festivities that come with this season.

Fortunately, the holidays will soon end, and I’ll be able to return to the land of the living, you know, that place where people actually get things done. Though, blaming my lag on the season is a bit of a cop-out.

I suppose it’s like that with any project that you try to get done of the side. You’ll always be tired, busy, have other more pressing things to do. My dear old friend Procrastination seems to be in town for the holidays. It’s really amazing; who knew there were so many things out there that could prevent us from painting the fence red, doing the laundry or, in my case, finishing these sites.

It’ll get done, preferrably sooner than later if my willpower has any say in it.