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4 years of college and I was never able to master time management. Haha, so bad! It was only if I absolutely LOVED a project I was doing, I was able to complete it in time without wanting to rip my hair out. I wish I had some advice on how to break your procrastination habit, but I have always been in the same boat!
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Hey everybody! I'm joining up to get a bit more overall and all-around motivation. I'm doing pretty good with the exercise and healthier eating (weekends can be tough), but I'm afraid now I'm lacking motivation on the school front... I've always been a procrastinator, and I told myself I would amend my old ways this semester. Yet here I am, falling back into the same patterns of procrastination. Any tips for getting stuff done EARLY? I hate that feeling of impending doom when an assignment deadline is fast approaching, but I can't get my pen-writing any faster on the page to complete it! Plus, it makes me stress-eat, which is a sure way to sabotage the hard work I've put in so far. Looking forward to hearing from some people in the same situation! See you around!