Did you know that March is National Procrastination Month? Or did you know it and just put off doing anything about it?
According to Miriam Webster, to procrastinate is to put something off intentionally and habitually. The definition is so simple and to the point yet procrastination causes us much stress and anxiety in our daily lives. Many of us spend more time making up reasons/excuses to procrastinate the completion of a task/project than it would probably take to complete that same dreaded task/project. So the first question is why do we do it? And the second, possibly more challenging question is… how can we overcome it?
They say we procrastinate for a number of reasons. Here are just a couple of the popular culprits: