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    created by Milk 60 days 5 hours 13 minutes ago

    Category: World


    Hey guys!

    Occasionally when I'm tired I procrastinate on my homework, leading to me racing to finish it last minute. I know it's a pretty common thing to do, but I do wanna try to get better at not procrastinating. How often do you procrastinate?

    Have a good day everyone!

    -Milk (Shannon)

    Re: Procrastination

    Hey Shannon,

    I try not to procrastinate too often... I usually just do it occasionally when I am really burned out from school and work.

    Usually I try to stay on top of all my work so that I don't end up even being tempted to procrastinate, haha. It can be a pretty hard cycle to break out of, since you're constantly struggling to catch back up.

    Good topic!

    Have a great day!

    - dymphie

    Re: Procrastination

    Hey Shannon,

    I think we all procrastinate at some point and time bit I know that I typically feel better when I am able to actually get things done and check them off my list...LOL!!

    I think there are times when people procrastinate because they feel they work better under preassure.

    I know personally that it is way less stressful when I do not procrastinate and get things done in a timely manner.

    Thanks for the forum and have a good one!


    Re: Procrastination


    I try not to procrastinate. But it happens sometimes. I try to write and schedule everything out so that I make myself do it then and not be able to procrastinate. But sometimes it does happen!

    Re: Procrastination


    I procrastinate every day of my life. I hate that I do it and I know I'm just shooting myself in the foot but I can't help it. YouTube and Netflix are just too enticing. They suck you in and essentially mute the angel on your shoulder so all you hear is "just one more episode!" Whispered by the devil in his Lazyboy on your other shoulder.