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How do you break out of procrastination?

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    You know how it is, that moment you should be revising but... you... just... can't... pick... up... the ... notes...

    Just one more cup of tea.


    How do you snap out of procrastination mode and just get on with it?!

    I press the log out button

    It doesn't always work, but sometimes I go 'right, if I get this much done by ... I can do ... at ...'.

    I don't, hahahahahaha

    Go to sleep then hope when I wake up things turn out differently.

    They rarely do.

    Just try and begin your revision with a easy topic that you enjoy doing and then eventually work your way through the harder things!
    Always think to yourself, if I get this amount of work done then I can take an hour break and do whatever the hell I want!!!!!!!!
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