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Big bad procrastination
Can become hard to stave off
It leads us far away
From where we want to be
Though our minds may wander
We can find our way back to the starting point
With strength and persistence
We banish procrastination’s attack
Our focus will come back
Our goals are still in sight
We push away doubt
And make procrastination take flight
But be prepared to eliminate it
When it lands on the mind again
There’s no need to lie to yourself, I bet you procrastinated on creating daily content for this site. Don’t sweat it, we’ve all been there, and procrastination is especially “painful” when you’re a perfectionist. And don’t get me started with deadlines, whether they’re set for you or you set them for yourself. That group project and term paper you dreaded in college may be a thing of the past but you’ll still feel pressure on this site before hitting that “Publish” button. Therefore, you procrastinate until you believe things are “right”. With that in mind, don’t let that discourage you, you’re on this wonderful site with fellow bloggers who are lenient and are waiting for you to bestow your work. Moreover, the plus is that they’re not as demanding as your professor, but the criticism from your followers can still be present with every post, so be prepared for that. Lastly, I see procrastination as the nemesis of ‘happen’, nothing can get done with stagnation, so let’s all get moving and leave procrastination by the wayside. Whatever it may be, procrastination may seem comfortable but that comfort has its repercussions. Don’t be a “Pro” in procrastination. Remain a novice because there aren’t many benefits in withholding things that need to get done.