I have been intending to write this English essay for months. Why am I finally doing this now? Because some uncommitted time comes to me finally? Wrong, it’s just meeting the” DEADLINE”! That is why I am a procrastinator. Everything is put off for tomorrow which should be done today, so the inevitable pain is postponed for the current moment of pleasure. I've long been overwhelmed by the unwieldy list of goals that would sit, unaccomplished, in a long-term to-do list day after day. Even if I can manage to put it out of my minds for the present, it will eventually come around to bite me and disturb my external calm demeanor. So I should overcome my procrastination because it is the worst habit against self-control, efficient study and an optimistic life attitude. As a procrastinator, there are some of the symptoms of mine:
II. Three symptoms of procrastination
Procrastination is the needless postponement of completing tasks, especially out of habit. Regularly when I procrastinate, it is due to my low self-control, including weak consciousness, deficient organization skills and self-deceptive excuses.
A. lack of managing time
Speak frankly, managing time is really a challenge to me. The nicest part about waking up early is that it is quiet and still while I am concentrated on a few big tasks and getting a bunch of work done in the fresh early morning that would have taken many more hours during the bustle of the day. So I set up a morning alarming as a daily reminder that I could be waking at 6:30 in the morning, but the ”snooze” function always destroys my beautiful