We all procrastinate. Whether it's putting off the challenging phone call or trolling Facebook when we should be writing a proposal, we all avoid certain tasks.
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What is procrastination really about? It's about starting something. It's making a transition. And we don't like transitions. We don't like to wait to adjust. We want to be in a constant state of comfort.
Most students view procrastination as a harmful and distracting tangent from the task they should be doing. However, it can actually benefit us in more than just one way.
Have you heard about the new disease that is sweeping the nation? It is called "procrastinitis," and it makes approach anxiety look like an over-the-counter illness.
How do we stop this bad habit, the habit of not taking care of ourselves and putting everything and anything else before us?
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