Pair with What A Fool Believes by The Doobie Brothers
It can be difficult to spot procrastination when it sneaks in the door. It can look like something valid but not new, like getting groceries, doing laundry, or cooking dinner. It can even feel like a new idea that has to be tried out at this very moment only to turn out more cumbersome or time-consuming or not really helping. And sometimes, new ideas can be disguised as procrastination. That stubborn thought of there has to be a better way of doing this. Spending hours on automating a task rather than getting it done. And sometimes it looks like microfiction.