What are the pros and cons of procrastination?

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  1. Guess I’m the first one to share the response 😁 well, procrastination was my first blog post, and this is all what I have to say about the topic –

    Procrastination; the art of postponing

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      Tetyana Skrypkina

      Congrats on being the 1st today!

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      1. Thank you 💗

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    2. Great post, and congrats on being the first posting

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      1. Thank you so much 💖 hope you liked my post 😊

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  2. Woo-Hoo! Day 27. The finish line is getting closer.

    Bloganuary – I’ll Get Around To It

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    1. Well written 😊

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  3. Let me think about it 🤣http://artandidioms.com/2023/01/27/bloganuary-27-2023-what-are-the-pros-and-cons-of-procrastination/

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  4. […] Link back: Bloganuary • What are the pros and cons of procrastination? […]

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  5. Procrastination is often looked at as negative but taking the time to fully understand and interpret alternatives can make a big impact on your choices. In contrast, overthinking and analysis paralysis works only as a con. Most often we need to jump in and take the risk. If the decision turns out to be going against what you want, then don’t procrastinate in your efforts to reboot and try something else.

    Know that there are no mistakes in learning. You can do it if you really want to.

    YOU CAN DO IT IF YOU REALLY WANT

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  6. In my view, procrastination is not a habit, rather a skill

    People can be lazy & efficient at the same time

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  7. […] to get me going for January, Bloganuary.  Day 27: What are the pros and cons of […]

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  8. What are the pros and cons of procrastination? Yes, that’s right: pros and cons. Read on for my thoughts and share yours.

    What are the pros and cons of procrastination?

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  9. […] is day 27 of the WordPress #Bloganuary […]

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  10. Hello everyone…
    I’m late to the party once again. Procrastination? Quite possibly. Read on, if you like to…

    Bloganuary, Jan 27th 2023


    Have a very good evening 🙂

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      Tetyana Skrypkina

      I could find a quote I wanted to add, haha. That’s why I kind of procrastinated.

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        Couldn’t * typo 😂

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  11. Well! It’s nice to know I am not the only analytical sarcastic son of a gun in the group.

    Are You Kidding?

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  13. Here is my list of pros and cons! 😁

    Procrastinating…

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  14. Procrastination comes from lack of organization, at least I think. And I often hand in work on top of the loop, but never late.

    https://josivandroavelar.com.br/em-cima-do-laco/

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  15. My take on procrastination and living on purpose.

    Procrastination and Laziness

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  16. Difficult, but not impossible …

    Bloganuary #27

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  17. […] Written for Bloganuary prompt 27: What are the pros and cons of procrastination? […]

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  18. I always hated pro and con papers. Perhaps that’s why I put them off.

    Get it done. Or don’t. It’s really your call.

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  19. […] Note: The Bloganuary prompt for 27 January 2023 is What are the pros and cons of procrastination? My poem is answer….of sorts! […]

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  20. What’s really interesting is that most people seem to think that those who procrastinate are lazy. At the same time, there is scientific proof that procrastination is a sign of intelligence.
    Overall, this is true, yet it depends on why someone is procrastinating. Are they procrastinating because they’re lazy and are simply trying to avoid taking responsibility? Then the individual isn’t so smart.
    If someone procrastinates because they haven’t found the best solution for the task at hand, that’s a clear sign of intelligence. They want to wait until they can come up with a solution before working on it.
    There’s another reason for procrastination that makes an even clearer and stronger case for intelligence.
    I have Asperger’s. Before I go any further I must mention that those with Asperger’s aren’t disabled or have a disabled. Being neurodiverse isn’t a sign of being mentally incapacitated. Thinking differently doesn’t mean something is wrong with them. It simply means they think differently. I write more extensively about that in my memoir.
    Okay, back to the issue at hand.
    Those of us with Asperger’s – or anywhere on the spectrum – become very focused when we’re working on something. Everything else seems to just fade away into the distant background. This is why so many areas in our lives don’t get the attention they normally should get.
    For instance, I’m a writer and I’m always on my computer writing. I love writing. I not only love writing, I even love the physical act of writing. I’m a pretty fast typist and I love feeling my fingers fly across the keyboard while typing. I love getting my ideas on paper and expounding on them.
    While I’m laser focused on my writing, the last thing I want to do is stop the flow to take a shower, comb my hair, or even eat, because, at that moment in time, those are inconsequential things that aren’t worth my attention.
    For those who are neurotypical, this might be hard to understand. If you’ve never been so laser-focused on something then you could never understand.
    I think this is because those with Asperger’s have very active brains. My brain never seems to shut off. I’m always thinking. Never resting.
    To me, that’s one of the beauties of having Asperger’s. There are so many pluses that I’ve never thought of it as a handicap at all.
    Well, that’s it in a nutshell.

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    Tetyana Skrypkina

    This is my entry with my favourite memes 🙂

    https://teachingisfun.net/bloganuary-day-27/

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  22. Running late! But enough procrastination, here it is!

    Wait a while

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  28. […] Procrastination. One word that carries a lot of weight and consequences whether positive and negative. I doubt if there’s anyone who hasn’t slept on certain things at some point in time and the truth is that procrastination does not always connote negativity. Indeed, there are some benefits to be derived from procrastinating and the assumption that we must be active every time – as society often deems action as progress – is not always valid. […]

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