Unfortunately, not doing anything tomorrow would just hurt me later on. If I dedicate an entire day to doing stuff I want to do, it will only accumulate what I have to do later on. As much as I would like to spend the day hanging out with friends and maybe gooning around the mall, then spend the night watching Robot Chicken, I wouldn’t have the energy to get anything done the day ofter. In the infinite wisdom of Benjamin Franklin:
“Don’t put off for tomorrow what you could get done today.”
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Good advice. Even when we resist the temptation to procrastinate as well as we can, we still waste a lot of time.
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