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9 Writers on the Most Outrageous Ways They’ve Procrastinated
A few even left the country.
science of us
I Joined a Procrastination Support Group and It Changed My Life
The behavioral techniques were helpful, but it was the support network that pushed me to finally get things done.
One in Five People Are Chronic Procrastinators
It’s different, and more serious, than just having a procrastination habit.
16 Fashionably Late Gifts for Chic Slackers
Because two-day shipping is your friend.
To Stick to a Bedtime, Think of Sleep Like Exercise
Advice for bedtime procrastinators.
Impatient People Can’t Wait to Procrastinate
The kind of people who want stuff
now now now
also tend to be the kind of people who put off boring tasks, like going to the bank.
The Writer Dating a Woman for the First Time
This week’s sex diary.
How Optimism Can Lead to Missed Deadlines
It’s called the planning fallacy.
Procrastination Is Not Great for Your Heart
Something to worry about … later.
For Your Future Self’s Sake, Don’t Procrastinate
A reminder to be kind to future you.
Here’s an Anti-Procrastination Hack Inspired by Harry Potter
You too could win the Triwizard Tournament, if that were a real thing.
‘Bedtime Procrastination’ Is a Thing
Researchers in the Netherlands pinpoint a dumb reason you don’t get enough sleep.
A Q&A With Craigslist’s Best Rummager
One woman’s procrastination aids your Craiglist hunting.