Procrastination is underrated – Quartz

I prepared for tests weeks beforehand, and then hung out alone while everyone else crammed. It was as if we had the opposite sources of motivation—mine was to be done early, and hers was to be done when the buzzer rang. I wrote down a list of things that would calm me or make me feel good in the midst of the chaos I felt, things as small as workouts or nice meals. “When you procrastinate, you’re more likely to let your mind wander, ” Wharton Professor Adam Grant wrote in a 2016 op-ed about why he wanted to procrastinate more.

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