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Ramblings of an Ex-Procrastinator-to-be (Week 2&3 of 6) – Sharing Wunderlist2 Experience

Second and third instalment from guest blogger, the Hubbubu. Proud of his progress and hope it encourages all of us trying to form good new habits! — First of all, I must apologise for my “procrastination” on my Week 2 post. As promised, this is a followup post from my commitment in Week 1 to discipline myself and overcome procrastination. This is partly due to the long weekend over here in #Singapore and I decided to go on a Social Network fast. HOWEVER, I was reminded (thanks to #Wunderlist Reminder) to write it which prompted me to note it down last weekend to write today. Here’s my experience (Week 2&3) of using Wunderlist as my task and list maker to help prevent my procrastination.┬áHere is my progress so far: Week 2 & 3 – Getting into the Rhythm It has been a tough ride to remember every little thing to note down. It has been easier to remember that I have to note it down to Wunderlist, but, if I do not do it immediately …

Ramblings of an Ex-Procrastinator-to-be (Week 1 of 6) – Sharing Wunderlist2 Experience

Today’s post is a guest post from my awesome Hubbubu, who has been kind and humble enough to not just admit his struggle, but to blog and share his experience in trying to overcome procrastination to become a more disciplined person. We pray this encourages all of us on this pilgrimage of overcoming our struggles. ┬áThis is a 6 week instalment to journey our progress! —- Achieving Better Discipline (By N, the Hubbubu) – Instalment 1/6 I have always been struggling with the issue of Procrastination. Over the years, despite starting many initiatives to overcome the problem (writing on a notebook, using digital list as my reminder) and making some head way, there will always come a time when I will subconsciously digress and inch back to my old ways. This is always a vicious cycle, and every time I slip, I would always feel that I would have achieved more of my potential if I could eliminate my procrastination. More recently, after getting married, my wife brought up a good point – procrastination was …