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Does anyone have this disgustingly bad study habit? watch

    • Thread Starter

    "Im going to start at 9:00" "I'm going to start at 7:30" "ohh it's 10:10 ill start at 10:30. 20 minute break"

    See the pattern here? I can only start study at :30 or :00 for some reason.

    It's the same with life "I will transform my life tomorrow". Why can't I just do it now?!
    • Very Important Poster

    Very Important Poster
    Or when I'm using TSR for "just a 15 minute break" and then I've ended up wasting the whole day


    That's me...
    'I'm going to start 06:00'
    Oh, it's 6:03 now, let's make that 7:00.

    That is Procrastination at its best.
    Mine goes like this:
    I'll do it straight after school/college/uni
    After school- need an hour to relax
    An hour later- hell, that wasn't long enough. I'll do it in a bit
    3 hours later: I'll do it just before bed
    Beforebed: hmm, I think I'll wake up a little earlier and get it done
    Morning alarm: it's too early. I'm tired. Will do it at form time and break time.
    Form time: There time at break time
    Break time: f*** I'm not going to get it done now.
    Lesson time: HIDE 🙈
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