“Sita”, a set of three haiku poems which I wrote while in Bali back in 2009, has been published in this month’s issue of The Substation’s Love Letters Project.
Will get started on work… as soon as I finish this.
This being The Art of Procrastination: A Guide to Effective Dawdling, Lollygagging and Postponing by John Perry (no relation to Max of the same surname).
And, if, like me, you’re also procrastinating, you should read three of my favourite articles about procrastination, which I often read as a means of procrastination while procrastinating:
- Their Noonday Demons, and Ours | The New York Times
- How to Procrastinate and Still Get Things Done | The Chronice of Higher Education
- What we can learn from procrastination | The New Yorker
Was at Goodman Arts Centre the other day when I saw this:
Winced; felt an immediate twinge when I snapped the shot.
And though it didn’t go viral, judging from the substantial number of Likes and Shares on Facebook, many others felt the same.
Context here, for the young’uns.
Also read Baey Yam Keng’s recent parliamentary question about the demolition of the old National Library.