Understanding the Perils of Procrastination
Would you rather vacuum the house or wash a sinkful of dishes than finish that term paper? Does the prospect of cleaning toilets sound more appealing than studying for your biology test? Is, "I work better under pressure, so I don't need to do it right now," an expression you're intimately familiar with? We procrastinate when we let low-priority tasks get in the way of the high-priority ones, when we delay doing something for no good reason. See how much you understand about this.