If you've been stopping by my blog lately, you know I'm both trying to finish a manuscript and get ready for a trip overseas. I've planned as much as I could to avoid last minute rushes/hassles/problems, but there's only so much you can do. Unforeseen problems have cropped up, giving me things to do at the last minute despite my best efforts.
And I've been wondering - how do people who procrastinate stand the strain? Seriously.
I do as much as I can as soon as I can when I have a project or trip coming, just so I don't have to do a lot of last minute rushing around. Because that? Is so stressful.
Also, do you not forget things? I keep remembering things to take/add to my list/do. How do you not forget or lose track of things if you're doing everything at the last minute?
Are there really people who enjoy the "adrenalin rush" of that sort of method, or have they simply gotten used to it?
Or are they really that mellow?
One thing's for sure: I am not. That mellow, I mean. Because these last minute snafus? Are driving me nuts!