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Procrastination Blank Stare Disease

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I’ve officially been diagnosed (by myself) with: Procrastination Blank Stare Disease (PBSD)

This Fatal disease is caused by a failure to want to do anything, specifically work on one’s novel.

Symptoms include: Blankly staring at computer screen.

How to avoid: You don’t. You accept your fate of getting nowhere in life.

How to avoid if you actually care about life: Blink rapidly until your computer screen comes back into focus.

If Procrastination Blank Stare Disease lasts longer than 30 seconds, take a nap. Stop immediately and nap.

 

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Author: Madi Uram

I'm just another young writer hoping to get noticed in the world of publication. The majority of my time is put into writing novels, but I'm no stranger to journalism, playwriting, and critical essay's, too. I'm also the author of "The Little Paragons" which can be found on Amazon.com.

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