Procrastination Is Bad for Your GradesBy
For being such an obviously bad thing, procrastination is highly popular. It is the stuff of Mark Twain and Ellen Degeneres and Oscar Wilde quotes, and lists of those quotes plastered on photos of clouds. It’s a little inside joke that we share, a small human failing that we all chide each other about but also find sort of endearing and adorable.
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