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Elaine Kub Contributing Analyst
Wed Feb 6, 2013 11:19 AM CST

Well, that had to be the most elaborate procrastination scheme I've ever concocted. Rather than work on a number of writing projects (including this column), I spent the past weekend remodeling my home office: totally gutting it, then putting in new paint, new carpet, new trim, new hardware, new lighting ... you get the picture. In the process, I missed several important emails, misplaced my calendar for about 36 hours (I still keep everything in a paper calendar, but I can start to see the appeal of a computer-based calendar), and got construction adhesive in my hair. But at the ...

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