Three secrets of successful procrastination

the hand-written words just me and my handbasket


cultivate many hobbies, that way when you have an overwhelming desire to not do one thing you have multiple back up plans to keep your life Activity Filled. I myself enjoy drawing writing, reading, movies and occasionally intense bursts of stress cleaning.  I never have trouble avoiding that one thing that I really don’t want to do.


(So, ironically enough, I started, but did not finish this post, and now I have no idea what the other two secrets to successful procrastination are.

In all reality, if you can master the secrets of NOT procrastinating, that is better in the long run. If you figure those out, you should share them with me.

You know, whenever you can get around to it.)


Hipster? Undefined. 

shadows taking pictures of themselves

I feel that the definition of a hipster is incredibly vague. Like, you know it when you see it?

I associate hipsterism, accurately or not, with the vague feeling (which strikes me sometimes) that anything Everyone likes can’t possibly be Good.

(This sentiment isn’t consistently true. There are really popular things which are horrible, and some that are excellent, and many which fall in the awkward sweet spot in between.)

Anyone have a better definition, or is this like youth ministry, and it just hasn’t existed long enough to be well defined?