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How to avoid delaying the DIY project

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  1. Kelly Diane

    This is a great post. You’ve included some really helpful tips. Wishing you all the best with your new posting schedule too.

  2. Stephanie

    Having a list always helps me get everything done. And you’re right, you can always use extras of everything.

  3. Agnes

    I am guilty to this. I do have some DIY projects that on hold. I have to take and reorganize my time and finish some of them. Thanks for this.

  4. Jenny in Neverland

    Writing everything down and working at the best time for you is important when doing most tasks!

  5. Rochelle

    I’ve delayed a lot of my previous DYIs and reading through your post I definitely see how I could’ve changed some approaches

  6. Nina N

    Almost everything in our house was something my husband and I did together. DIY projects could take weeks and sometimes months to finish but my husband and I stay on the project by having target date to finish!

  7. Dominique Walton Brooks

    These tips are great to remember whenever I start any DIY project. I often don’t and have to go looking for things or postponing what I am doing. Thank you for the reminder!

  8. Angie Rose

    I completely agree when you say that sometimes things don’t always go as planned. I always try to take that information into account before I start a project. Such great tips here. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Renata

    Such helpful tips – thank you! Actually, I have no trouble beginning a project, it’s after a while that I get fed up – especially when it’s not going as expected 😀

  10. Lyosha

    I am not a diy blogger but I enjojy a little diy here and there. my main delaying reason is my being not confident I can pull it as well I want it to

  11. Seyi

    You’re so right about the timing aspect of DIY. One’s best laid plans could still go awry if the timing is off.

  12. Neely Moldovan

    My husband is a big DIY’er but he tends to lvoe doing them so he never procrastinates. Thank goodness!

  13. Mila R

    Yes, I think the whole magic is about to choosing the perfect time for any kind of projects.

  14. Christa

    I FINALLY finished a project that’s been on my to-so list forever! I love planning and shopping but sometimes U can be slow in execution. Lol.

  15. Aleeza Denise

    Although I don’t do much DIY projects, I totally relate with delaying tasks and I find that it also helps to break down your projects/big tasks into smaller tasks so that you won’t feel overwhelmed with the projects at hand. And also using the pomodoro technique, it helps you focus on the task more and keeps you from distractions.

  16. Jody

    I procrastinate a lot with DIY projects. I hope one day to be better about getting them done!

  17. Merveille

    I have some DIY projects that I have been delaying for a while. This is such a motivational post to get back out there and finish those projects. Thank you, I needed to read this to get back in the game.

  18. Lisa Alioto

    This was a great read – esp. inspiring to help me with my own NY resolutions

  19. Raji

    These are some great tips! I also find making a list to be really helpful in keeping things on track. Thanks for sharing!

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