Procrastination is now a syndrome

by Heather Gibson. Posted in Busy professionals, De-cluttering, Errands, General, Holidays, On your own

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SPS is severe procrastination syndrome, perhaps you have heard it advertised lately?

Sure we have all procrastinated at some point, whether it be about cutting our hair, buying a new car,  accepting an invitation or maybe it is just what to wear.

But that is not the procrastination that ordinarily can effect your health or productivity.

Wikipedia defines procrastination as… the practice 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.

To help you fine tune your possible tenancy to this disorder, how many items are on your To Do List ?

  • cleaning out of the spare room
  • getting clothing fixed/altered/dry cleaned
  • researching products or services
  • organising your paperwork
  • going through all those boxes that you move from one property to the next and yet you have no real idea what they contain!
  • tackling that home renovation or just getting the reticulation fixed

There are probably dozens of tasks and errands that you leave until tomorrow, or when things slow down or perhaps even the Christmas holiday period.  Did you manage to get your list done last year ?

Time to stop rewriting the same list and rid yourself of  SPS.  A personal concierge can help you tackle your list, organise what is best dealt with first and help you on your way.

One simple phone call or email and you will be amazed at what can be achieved.

The Finer Details team are a wealth of knowledge on all manner of storage solutions and tips. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blogs for more Organisation Tips and Concierge Services or if you would like friendly professional help organising your life and home contact us now.

Heather’s love of organising and helping others has been applied and developed over the years and in 2012 she realised that performing these roles was what gave her the most enjoyment and satisfaction.