Saturday, September 20, 2003

P-time vs W-time

by Suw on September 20, 2003

Why is it that P-time (time spent procrastinating) always subjectively moves so much faster than W-time (time spent writing). I've just carved through nearly an hour of P-time without so much as batting an eyelid, yet earlier this afternoon when I spent over two hours in W-time, it felt like I was wading through molasses and achieving very little (three pages, to be precise).

Ideally, I'd like to get into F-time (W-time spent in a focussed state), when hours seem to evaporate yet at the end of it you realise that you've written bucketloads, but that heaven-sent state has been eluding me for quite a while. I get something close to F-time when writing this blog, but as blog writing is actually a P-time process that doesn't really help much.

Anyway, I know what you're thinking. Stop talking crap, Charman, and get on with it. I'm going, I'm going…

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