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Projects and procrastination as an artist & business owner

Today I want to talk procrastination as an artist running a business. I want to talk about a few steps to help you overcome this feeling.


Make steps to do the project you’ve been putting off. I know from experience that sometimes we overwhelm ourselves with our to do list. I try to not do more than 10 tasks a day because I am mom of a three-year-old and running a business. This is also a way to prevent burn out.



Let’s go through some steps to get the project you keep putting off done.

Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks.


Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.)


Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks.


This is so that you can make the project smaller in manageable steps. So, that you’re not overwhelmed. Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks. If you can do the task in under than five minutes then you need to check it off.

Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.) Breaks from your computer screen are important for your eye health. It never hurts to add in breaks. If you're working and ideas pop in your head write them down and then form them into a task for your to do list for the same day or the next day.

Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks.

If you have a huge task or project your working on break it into small tasks. For example, If I want to do a shop update and launch. Here how I break each task down.

  • When is the shop update going live.

  • What is my sale deal to get the old products out of my shop first.

  • Make an ad for the sale and for the shop update.

  • What products are going in the shop update.

That all I got for this blog post if you think I should add something comment it in the comments section or send me a message through my website.

Let’s go through some steps to get the project you keep putting off done.

Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks.

Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.)

Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks.

This is so that you can make the project smaller in manageable steps. So, that you’re not overwhelmed. Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks. If you can do the task in under than five minutes then you need to check it off. Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.) Breaks from your computer screen are important for your eye health. It never hurts to add in breaks. If you're working and ideas pop in your head write them down and then form them into a task for your to do list for the same day or the next day. Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks. If you have a huge task or project your working on break it into small tasks. For example, If I want to do a shop update and launch. Here how I break each task down.

  • When is the shop update going live.

  • What is my sale deal to get the old products out of my shop first.

  • Make an ad for the sale and for the shop update.

  • What products are going in the shop update.

That all I got for this blog post if you think I should add something comment it in the comments section or send me a message through my website.

Let’s go through some steps to get the project you keep putting off done.

Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks.

Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.)

Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks.

This is so that you can make the project smaller in manageable steps. So, that you’re not overwhelmed. Step one: Look at your to do list check off the quick easy tasks. If you can do the task in under than five minutes then you need to check it off. Step two: figure out the length of time you need to do the project and add in some breaks. (Especially if the project is on the computer.) Breaks from your computer screen are important for your eye health. It never hurts to add in breaks. If you're working and ideas pop in your head write them down and then form them into a task for your to do list for the same day or the next day. Step Three: You should write down the steps need to complete the task then break them into smaller tasks. If you have a huge task or project your working on break it into small tasks. For example, If I want to do a shop update and launch. Here how I break each task down.

  • When is the shop update going live.

  • What is my sale deal to get the old products out of my shop first.

  • Make an ad for the sale and for the shop update.

  • What products are going in the shop update.

That all I got for this blog post if you think I should add something comment it in the comments section or send me a message through my website.

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My memoir: https://www.amazon.com/My-Story-Overcoming-Memoir-ebook/dp/B08F21YL3Z

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