Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Update Time: 27.05.2014

The blog page has been a little quiet recently and its due to the face that I have been busy trying out a few ideas and growing more content for the photography blog.

The blogging network is like a set of spinning plates and it takes a lot of time and effort to keep the sites up to date and running smoothly, but at times I have to break away from all the sites to help grow aspects of the network to keep it looking fresh and to make new and interesting content so that is why there has not been much content recently.

I will be releasing a few reviews on the review blog in the next month or so once I have all the parts sourced and the final parts for the gaming PC have arrived and I can test them fully, So keep up to date check out the review blog in a month or so for reviews on products from Corsair, AMD, Asus, Aerocool, Tecknet and many more companies.

The games blog is going through a few changes as I am not happy with recent content I have made and feel it is not up to the standard it should be so I have decided to make some new ideas that will feature several games and explore more elements of the video game industry.

The photography blog is going strong and I have plenty of ideas and opportunity to get plenty of photos in the next few weeks and months so I will be posting a few updates each week and showcasing a new photography project I have been involved in over the past few months.

Thanks for reading and supporting the blog.






Sunday, 4 May 2014

Everyone Procrastinates... How To Stop...

Everyone procrastinates as it is part of human nature... If you every talk to someone and they say they don't procrastinate you can tell 100% that they are lying... 

The definition of procrastination according to Wikipedia is as follows:
Procrastination is the practise of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the "last minute" before the deadline.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procrastination

There are many ways to help reduce the urge to procrastinate and to keep on track with your day and keep to a strict schedule. If you find yourself always procrastinating try the following steps:
1. Make a to-do list.
2. Clear your workspace of all distractions.
3. Set yourself deadlines
4. Set reminders on your phone to keep on top of your day.
5. Try multitasking to increase your productivity

The main thing to remember:
Procrastination can be a problem but if you try hard enough you can beat it. It is all up to you as an individual to get past procrastinating and to get motivated to get things done....

Do you have any ways you use to beat procrastination?

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