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Procrastination. We’ve all done it. Scrolled through social media when we should be responding to emails. Made another cuppa before facing the bills. Ignored a call because it might mean confrontation.

It’s estimated that about 20 percent of adults are procrastinators. However, some of us procrastinate more often than others. But why do we do it in the first place?

“Procrastination is putting off something that you need to do and, instead, doing things that are less urgent or more pleasurable

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