I'll Do It Tomorrow

That report was due yesterday, and you need to get the car repaired. But still, you spend so much time on Facebook. We all procrastinate, some of us more than others. Here's how to do it less.

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If you think of procrastination as a trait, we all have a bit in us.

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By Dennis Palumbo

Is a writing deadline friend or foe?

Oops, Where Did the Day Go?

By Timothy Pychyl

We fool ourselves in the minute-by-minute choices we make.

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