Angela

Procrastination

by Angela on October 18, 2010

in Academics

I’m up at 11 p.m. on a Sunday night trying to complete coursework I have due before midnight tonight. This work was actually due last week, but thanks to Blackboard being down we were given more time. Isn’t it just like me to wait until the final hour of that extended time to complete a quiz and a project? As a graduate student I don’t suggest to others to practice the art of procrastination, for it is a tad unhealthy. One really should manage their time more wisely because the unforeseen is always possible (computer broke, Internet down, library closed, don’t understand assignment.) Please be aware of the undue stress that procrastination causes. I hope to get better at this but it seems that I’m unable to work if my mind is not in emergency mode. It’s always a matter of “do or die” by the time I start and complete my assignments. Let’s please all try to refrain from procrastination.

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