Going Down the Procrastination Hole? 8 Steps to Getting Back on Track – UVic News


Sometimes procrastination is followed by guilt that arises out of disappointment in ourselves. During my first year of university (2017-18), I experienced the guilt frequently, which led to more procrastination. The guilt often escalated into other emotions such as panic and stress, ones that I’m sure many of you are feeling right now. Having a combination of these emotions halted my productivity and sent me down a hole of self-criticism. Spending a long time regretting your decision to procrastinate isn’t going to help you and will instead make you feel worse and less productive.

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