Recently I have been doing intermittent fasting. This is where you only can eat during an 8 hour period of the day and then you fast for the other 16 hours. There are a lot of health benefits to it,
It isn’t easy to find the energy to get stuff done, when you would rather sit on the couch and watch TV. But unless you live in a world were calling in sick to work, not handing in term papers,
You finally did it. You motivated yourself to do something 2 days in a row, but then… You miss a day. What Now? If you are a chronic procrastinator it’s hard to stick to schedules, keep commitments, and stay persistent.
One of the best ways to build consistency around new habits is to “habit stack” them with old ones. What is Habit Staking Habit Stacking Is taking something you do already consistently and following it with another task you
When you are a chronic procrastinator time is your worst enemy. Deadlines get missed at work, term papers don’t get handed in, important life events get missed, and by the time you are ready to retire you realize you haven’t
I recently read a study about perfectionism and procrastination In College Students. The data showed a few things that I found interesting. The study covered a handful of areas, but what caught my eye were the measures of academic procrastination