Emily Sweeney, Quinnipiac University
Everyone always tells you why it is a bad thing, but what if you do it the right way?
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
YouTube’s online studying community can be a great source of motivation, but it can also hinder your productivity.
Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
Struggling with procrastination and feeling overworked? This free class through Coursera will make researching much easier so you can excel in college.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
These YouTubers will help you have a more efficient school year. Just make sure you don’t watch them as an excuse to procrastinate.
Imani Benberry, Columbia University
From ‘study with me’ videos to overviews of school supplies, the content ranges from relatable and engaging, to something that fetishizes productivity.
Olivia Dimond, Bates College
Many people think of the disorder as a learning disability that makes kids hyper and easily distracted, but it’s much more complicated than that.
Reading this article doesn’t count as procrastination, by the way.
Ah procrastination, the true mother of invention.
Megan Batt, SUNY Cortland
Instead of procrastinating through syllabus week, use these five easy tips to use the time to your advantage and prepare yourself for a hectic new semester.
Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Here’s how to deal with the unfortunate situation that you—and only you—are responsible for.
Devin Hendricks, Woodbury University
You probably do some of these without even realizing it.
Anne Buzzell, Hillsdale College
Do you recognize yourself in any of these scientific explanations for procrastination?
Olivia McCoy, University of Georgia
Make procrastination your reliable, new best friend with these three helpful tips.
Daniel Nguyen, Wharton County Junior College
If even these geniuses procrastinated, you should probably cut yourself a little slack.
Tim Philbin, College of the Holy Cross
Instead of fighting your natural creative process, use these tricks to harness your bouts of midnight inspiration.
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