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Human Parts

When Productivity Tools Become an Emotional Crutch

My habit of delaying to the last minute may have deeper roots than I’d realized

Photo: Joel Siemer/EyeEm/Getty Images

I’I’ve struggled with procrastination all my life. Or at least since homework got real around seventh grade. I was the kid crying over her algebra after delaying it as long as possible. I was the college student starting my term paper 48 hours…

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Sara Zarr

Sara Zarr

Sara Zarr is the author of eleven books, most recently This Creative Life: A Handbook for Writers. Find more at www.thiscreative.life & www.sarazarr.com

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