• Procrastination means avoiding or putting off doing a task that needs to be accomplished. Often when we procrastinate, we wait to the last minute before a deadline, and then race to accomplish it. Anytime we procrastinate, it comes at a cost. Procrastination causes:

    • Stress
    • Lower grades on tests.
    • Lower quality projects and assignments.
    • It can make you an unreliable employee.
    • It can make your personal life chaotic
    • It can cost you financially.
    • It can impact your overall well-being and health.

    Also, if we are not careful, procrastination can turn into a bad habit that is hard to break.