Procrastination… Here we go again. We have come to endless ways to kick the bad habit. And thanks to Facebook (oh yeah this website is currently on my #1 list), Twitter, MySpace, Internet Messenger, Wikipedia, YouTube, etc. it’s even harder get ourselves back on scheduled tasks.
Recent study shows that almost everyone occasionally procrastinates, but a worrisome 15 to 20 percent of adults routinely set aside activities that would be better accomplished right away — yes, believe it or not.
Now, that makes me think that most of us could major in the subject, if only it was worth credit or maybe — just like what this slogan Twitter-Threadless tee ($18) says — there’s another part in this galaxy where procrastination is a marketable skill in a workplace.
But you all know the reality. Most of us are only good at finding another reason to procrastinate. Maybe clicking through this blog is your procrastination strategy for this morning. What are other procrastinate strategies you can think of?
When it comes to shoting with a machine gun, I never underestimate girls. Seriously, they know how to killing the opponents — not only with a single head-shot, but also some well targeted rounds on your gum drops (and doing it with satisfaction!).
I Shot Like A Girl is “not yet-another” gamers’ tee, but a piece of cloth that claim my girls killing-ability and geekinees toward tactical first-person shooter games. This girly tee available on Splitreason ($18.95 USD)– 100% combed, ring spun cotton tee from All Style Apparel style 5562.
Best of all, you don’t have to shoot too hard for this T-shirt because we got some a quite nice deal. From Splitreason Blog:
We’re offering 20% OFF all orders until September 15th, 2009 so you can save money on new clothes and free up some budget for those fancy binders with translucent neon colors.
Enter promo code SCHOOLNOOBS at check-out. It’s like trapping 100 gasoline-covered zombies into a small room and lighting a match. The zombies are the retail price, and our promo code is the match! Burn baby burn! Also, District 9 rocks. Christopher Johnson will be back, start the 3 year timer.
Blake is a contributing blogger from You Design It, a company that can help you design t-shirts for printing. This post has been edited by Rangga
This week we found some real gems for our regular top blog posts list. Check out these winners:
The “Lifecyle” of a T-Shirt by It Goes To 11 The video in this blog is kind of like an uncomfortable wake up call to t-shirt lovers, but as part of the t-shirt community it seems like a necessary clip to watch. Check out the “lifecycle” of the t-shirt!
Do Believe The Hypothesis from Buy-Tees.net Do you have a Hypothesis? If not then maybe it’s time to check out this very cool clothing company which also goes by the name “Theory of Self.” A company with a name like that screams individualism.
Arkaik Clothing Invades, Rolls, and Rawrs by Color Overload No, the earth isn’t under attack. That’s just Arkaik clothing coming to take over your closet! This is a really cool company featuring colorful designs and large, oversized prints. Nice find, Color Overload!
Selling With Social Media via How To Start A Clothing Company Selling T-shirts on social media sites like Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, etc. is something almost everyone creating a clothing company has thought about; but how do you actually do it? Check out this cool vid for some tips and inspiration!
Screen Printing Discharge Ink by Teebiz This is a terrific, easy to understand video about discharge printing. If you’ve ever been curious about the process but not really understood how it worked or how it’s done, this is a great video to watch.
Rock Make Art & Music Festival, Mission District, San Francisco Aug 23rd from Tcritic As everyone knows music and t-shirts go hand in hand. So an event like a music and art festival is bound to offer some great opportunities for those who love to buy, sell, create, or window shop t-shirts. If you’re in the area be sure to check out Tcritic for more info about the event.
Thunderfrogs In London by Thunderfrogs Read this post if you think your designs aren’t being copied. Andy at Thunderfrogs took some pictures of counterfeit Threadless tees at a small market in London. It’s happening and he reiterates why it isn’t cool to buy these stolen works.
Top 50 Nintendo NES T-shirts! from Tee Junction In the mood to see some great t-shirts AND indulge a healthy dose of nostalgia? If so then this is definitely the blog post for you! Every one of these t-shirts is guaranteed to bring back some memories for any hardcore, early gamer!
Got a T-Shirt Site? Share it with the world in this post. from The T-Shirt Blog This is a pretty simple, but cool concept. Alex from The T-Shirt Blog wants you to post a link to a t-shirt you’ve designed as well as a link to a site that inspired you. What a cool way for everyone to expand their horizons and see some new stuff while also publicizing their own material!
Everyone knows you’re not an average guitar hero player, not even an expert. Who are you? You’re the Guitar Zero. I play like anyone else because you’re a rock-superstar. You are Guitar Zero. Sounds odd, eh… but who cares? You got your advance technique ready under your belt: hammer-ons and pull-offs, squeezing and whammying... not forget to mention your Start Power ability. No offense to Guitar Hero lamest players out there but this tee — designed by UK-clothing label, Disturbia — only for the greatest Guitar Zero (£19.99).