The Pros And Cons Of Procrastination

Procrastination is a really hard habit to break, and for some seems like an inherent trait rather than a habit, but there are pros to being a procrastinator too.

You're generally more relaxed about deadlines, you know the minimum amount of time needed to finish a project, and it all began when you learned how to be a homework ninja and get reports done the day they were due.

So what are the cons? We'll come up with those later... (Barely NSFW due to language)

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Cartoonist Dominic Panganiban of Domics created this animated short to illustrate the pros and cons of procrastination, proving that procrastinators can and do actually finish projects!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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I am an artist and a writer. I do not believe in writing or painting when it doesn't feel right. When 'the muse' has awakened then anything is possible. But trying to push the creative process when it's not ready only produces 'junk', IMO.
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