Why Do We Procrastinate?

December 18, 2016

Why Do We Procrastinate?

National Retail Federation survey found that shoppers have completed less of their holiday shopping this year than at the same time last year and that 41 million Americans have yet to even start by Dec. 16, 2016. Are you putting off your holiday shopping?  Why?

Planning: A big part is in the planning. Tasks are paper seem simple. But once we dig in, they become more complex than we thought. We don't really remember the full project scope, year to year, or how much time things took.

Enthusiasm: Sometimes our best asset becomes our weakness. We love the holidays, and want to tie every last bow, attend every event, and find the perfect gift for everyone on our list. We load up the task list, and find our enthusiasm waning with each passing day.

Uncertainty: In searching for the perfect gift, we drive all around town. And were managing to a budget to make sure everyone on our list gets just the right thing at a price we can manage. 

Need a solution? We pride ourselves on making delicious chocolates that are 100% Re-Gift proof. And we offer shipping options that will get it there in time, provide you plan a little bit ahead. A perfect gift for every person and every budget.

Shop from our Best seller list and make your holidays stress-free. 

If you're making New Year's resolutions, here's a fun article and video on procrastinating. Maybe a resolution for next year? 




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