It is also important to think about why you’re procrastinating, instead of solely thinking about how to stop yourself from procrastinating.
If you are procrastinating a mundane task because it is tedious, your distraction is likely surface-level.
However, if you find yourself repeatedly procrastinating from your university assignments, it may be a sign of something more deep-rooted.
In these circumstances, it is appropriate to take some time out, reflect and take further action if required.
For the student who constantly procrastinates when doing their university work, perhaps a change of course is the real solution.
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Or, if you constantly have job search procrastination, perhaps this is more deeply rooted in your career worries.
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Whatever the reason, it’s important to stop and think about the reasons you are putting off a task to figure out how to procrastinate less.