The Procrastination Effect


Alexandra Juarez, Staff Reporter

Many adults, young adults, and teens are guilty of procrastinating. When we procrastinate, we don’t consider the consequences that come with it, like stress, worry, and ineffective time management. People tend to procrastinate to avoid doing the things that don’t interest them and replace them with doing what they enjoy. We don’t think about how much time it’ll take to complete our tasks or assignments and end up rushing or doing things sloppy. Procrastination has consequences, and it’s up to you to change those habits and create better ones, or you’ll be the next one to miss a deadline.