I always procrastinate, whether it is doing homework or yard work. I always find a way to push it off until the last second. Then, I get the homework or yard work done really fast and I feel like I have a burden lifted off my chest.
Why don’t I just get the work done beforehand? I ask myself that question a lot.
I've realized how procrastination affects me mentally and physically. It is not healthy for someone to experience. That is why I’m cutting procrastination out of my life and taking a chance on making better habits. My fingers are crossed I can accomplish this.
Procrastination has a mental effect on the human body because it increases emotions and causes anxiety and nervousness. I never really thought about it before, but the mental aspect of somebody procrastinating is really detrimental. You are telling your brain that you have time to do the work, but you never do it. That’s a bad mental state to live in.
Procrastination also has a physical effect on the human body because it causes fatigue, headaches, and insomnia. The physical effects of procrastination take a toll on my body. It leaves me drained of energy; so I just want to sleep, but then when I try to sleep I can't because procrastination leaves me with insomnia.
For me, the effects of procrastination are hard on my body and that is why I'm going to cut it out of my life. The increase in anxiety, headaches, and insomnia are dreadful and just awful to experience. Without procrastination, my anxiety levels will lower and worrisome insomnia will go away.
Without procrastinating I will be able to live a better life. Without any of the effects of procrastination, I can achieve greater potential in school and live my life worry-free. I'm looking forward to having more stress-free time because I will eliminate procrastination in my life.
Wish me the best as I work on cutting procrastination out of my life! Do you need to do this, too? If so, consider working on this like I am. I think we will all be better for doing it.