You’re not alone: everyone does it at some time.
We all procrastinate.
It is estimated that one-fifth of adults and half of all students procrastinate.
Negative impacts of procrastination include diminished performance, poorer mental and physical health, and increased stress, worry, and guilt
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Maybe you even made a New Year's resolution not to procrastinate - or maybe you put off making that decision.
But did you know that there are many different ways to put things off?
Lifehack shows you how in this interesting flowchart: