PROCRASTINATION IS the one constant in every college student’s study routine. After two months of online classes and no midterms to worry about, it is easier than ever to put off studying in favor of other things, such as catching up on television shows and connecting with friends. Some of us seem to overcome the urge to distract ourselves, while others take a ten-minute break that stretches into an hour in the blink of an eye. We abandon our books and notes on our desks as we call our friends and browse social media. We stress out about our to-do list but cannot find ourselves getting back to work. However, despite how tempting it is to leave things for the next day, we should make today count for a better tomorrow.
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