procrastination is certainly a problem for many at work and school.
Eder Campuzano: Doing the laundry you put off for two weeks for free is like winning the World Series of procrastination.
“The time for procrastination and delay is over,” Kennedy said.
“Stop procrastinating” focuses your brain on procrastination.
What followed is strikingly illustrative of the procrastination and neglect that rendered Spanish administration so ineffective.
He has many noble qualities, but procrastination is his fault.
"There's no point in it," answered Sonia, whose experience was discouraging to procrastination.
But impetuous Peggy could not be brought to acknowledge that procrastination could ever be wise.
procrastination is not only the thief of time, but the thief of energy—the thief of efficiency—the thief of success.
There is nothing easier than procrastination if you once give in to it.
1540s, from Middle French procrastination and directly from Latin procrastinationem (nominative procrastinatio) "a putting off from day to day," noun of action from past participle stem of procrastinare "put off till tomorrow, defer, delay," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + crastinus "belonging to tomorrow," from cras "tomorrow," of unknown origin.