what is the best way to get rid from procrastination habit?
I'll post my answer tomorrow, I don't have enough time to tell you about it today.
hahaha this is not the answer while u r infected too with the same problem
It is all about choice, just like everything else in our lives. If something is important to you, you make it your priority. Whether it is meeting your friends for coffee and shopping, or cleaning out your closet.
Make priorities (list them on paper if need be) and tackle one thing at a time. Revise your priorities as life changes. Everything is fluctuating; the important things in your life will too.
To put it simply, do what you need to do. There is no other way to answer this. Set a list of things you need to do and do the ones that need doing first. Simple as that.
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