I'm pretty much the same with most things I do. Take exercise for example. For 3 weeks in July, admittedly when the weather was fantastic, I went out for a 50 minute walk EVERY day and it was great. The idea was to take it steady and build up my speed and hopefully I'd get fitter AND lose some weight too. Then I missed a day and I totally lost momentum. I've not exercised now for over a week.
Converting my VHS home video to dvd ? Yeah that also started with great enthusiasm but after creating 7 or 8 dvds, I lost interest and am still stuck back in 1991.
I've thousands of photos to name and catalogue because if anyone asked me for a photo of Whitby Abbey, it would take a day of searching to find one. Same with music. I've hundreds of downloaded albums but many need to be edited so they can be quickly found.
The list of things that need to be done around the house grows and grows. I've needed new curtains for 20 years; a new fireplace is on the list, not to improve the look of the living room but because the current fire is so old, British Gas won't service it anymore and on full power it puts out less heat than a candle. A small candle that only gets lit on a Tuesday.
It was in my yute that I took the maxim "never put off till tomorrow what you can put off till the day after" and merged it with the old song lyric "till the 12th of never" to create my life mantra.
So what to make of all this ? Am I lazy ? I think that much is clear.
I also like to start projects but quickly lose interest in them.
So I'm going to make a start on things again. But it's Thursday so no point in doing so this week. I mean, it's nearly over. So Monday it is then. I'll go and check out new fire places. Pop into a curtain shop and see what's what. I might copy another vhs tape to dvd. That'll be enough for one week I think.
Just not sure which week !