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    I have 3500 words to write for history
    3000 for English as well as that I have to read star of the sea (400 pages long), the cripple of an Inishmaan and sense and sensibility, all of this is due on tuesday and I can't stop procrastinating (please don't advise me to get away from all distractions, I tried that and it didn't work) someone please help!!!!:O
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    I have 3500 words to write for history
    3000 for English as well as that I have to read star of the sea (400 pages long), the cripple of an Inishmaan and sense and sensibility, all of this is due on tuesday and I can't stop procrastinating (please don't advise me to get away from all distractions, I tried that and it didn't work) someone please help!!!!:O
    It's honestly a frame of mind. The hardest bit is getting into a flow, and putting your mind to actually doing it. After that, the main challenge is over and you feel like you want to complete kt.
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    (Original post by laurab21)
    I have 3500 words to write for history
    3000 for English as well as that I have to read star of the sea (400 pages long), the cripple of an Inishmaan and sense and sensibility, all of this is due on tuesday and I can't stop procrastinating (please don't advise me to get away from all distractions, I tried that and it didn't work) someone please help!!!!:O
    i'd say plug in your music and start typing/writing
 
 
 
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