Procrastination happens because you feel too bad to work. This only makes you feel worse.
What is it that sets off your procrastination? Is it a thought? A notification Or an activity?
What do you do when procrastinating? How do you recover from it? What does your day look like?
Worrying only increases the problem. Slow down and give yourself time to breathe. Think clearly.
Don’t over criticize your actions but don’t be completely lax either. Take the middle road for yourself
What do you want to get done or achieve in the near future? Put down goals to remember.
As soon you have procrastination thought, interrupt it by getting up and doing your assigned task.
Keeping a day to day eye on things will help you keep track of what you do and what you plan to do.
Don’t let the burden accumulate on you. Take it one step at a time by focusing on singular tasks first.
Set reminders on your phone to reminder you to get tasks done. This way you will never forget.
Keep things that distract you away from out of sight and out of mind. You will enable a better focus.
A week long schedule is an extension of day to day planning. It helps keeps things on track longer.
Some days you want to relax and kick back. Set which days those will be for the coming week.
It’s easy to get procrastinated when you have hurdles in the way. Resolve them first so you clear up.
Some procrastination can come as a result of feeling incapable. Avoid it by investing in your skills.
Some days will be worse than others. Use them as a learning moment rather than being discouraged
It’s possible that your close ones know how to deal with problems that you face. Ask them about it.