Are You A Procrastinator??

@pjsr18 (340)
Philippines
September 9, 2009 1:12am CST
I could say that I'm an absolute procrastinator. I tend to think that a certain thing is not really important to do and there is still enough time to do it until in reality, there's no more time to do it. And the result would be, my works pile up, and I tend to cram my works. Do you also consider yourself as a procrastinator?
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@elenyae (389)
• Australia
9 Sep 09
I'd just like to quote a friend and say "Somewhere out there is a country called Procrastinaria and I am its Queen!!" That's right, I am the QUEEN of procrastination. I can sit and do absolutely nothing for hours on end as I surf pointless internet sites and then the night before a major assignment is due, I load up on energy drinks and rush through the assignment, resulting in a really shoddy piece of work. Of course, I always do the whole "Oh my goodness, I was up ALL night finishing this stupid assignment!" Honestly, if I had started just half a day earlier, I could have had the full night's sleep quite comfortably.
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@pjsr18 (340)
• Philippines
9 Sep 09
But then, we could not do anything if we really feel lazy right? If I really don't feel to work on a certain assignment, I can't really work with it well. And besides, my adrenaline rush functions when the deadline is approaching. Likewise with my brain, it functions when I'm in a hurry.
• China
9 Sep 09
Hey,I recommend you abandon the bad habit.Maybe you think there is no need to deal with it in time,but there are much uncertain factors we can't predict.At this moment,you feel there is still much time to complete the task,what about some trouble comes out,are you sure you can complete the task on time right now?Besides,there are still many tasks waiting for you tomorrow, so completing the tasks today saves you much time that you can spend for your own thing,try to make full use of time,that's what I think.
@pjsr18 (340)
• Philippines
9 Sep 09
Yes, I'm now trying to get rid of that bad habit because I know that it's not good for me. Thanks for your advice! Happy myLotting!
@Angelwriter (1955)
• United States
9 Sep 09
Yeah. My motto is, why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? Sometimes I try to compensate for it by working on time, but most of the time I put off doing things. And, it was worse when I was in college.