Of course, you know the reason I've taken a break from blogging in March is because I have SO. MUCH. TO. DO. With three time-sensitive projects looming, I need all the time I can get and don't have a minute to spare, especially since one of these is a whopper of a project with many little pieces to be pulled together. Truly. Yet, here I am -- not using time wisely.
I've always worked better under pressure. I've always worked better with deadlines near. I've always procrastinated until the last conceivable moment. Every. Single. Time. It, whatever "it" may be, gets done, always gets done well. Can procrastination be a valid approach for some? I do believe this is so. (It does not work well when grading essays, but cannot be avoided.)
Some things never change. Instead of doing the things that I need to be doing, I've spent my time on things I feel like doing -- like tinkering in Photoshop with the blog banner. If you get this in a reader on your fancy iPad (ahem, RD), then you may want to click over to the real deal to see the facelift. (I found inspiration for it in the banner here, by the way. Grazie, amica mia!)