- On day 1 procrastinate for X hours
- And then stay up extra X hours to finish homework
- Next day be really tired
- Which leads to more inefficiency
- That leads to staying up late again
- Go back to step 1 (minus the fact that its no longer day 1)
Okay, that was a really bad example/not really an example. For me the problem is that procrastinating leads to being tired which leads to more procrastination which... Like this:
The downward spiral.
The trick is to get out of the spiral (no duh!), but that's easier said than done (*cough Internet *cough). I've contemplated plugging the Ethernet plug in my wireless router at home, but then there's my phone, which I could shut off, but then there's the fact that I have to do homework online... So no. That doesn't work. And even if I did pull the plug on the Internet there's still books and something to procrastinate on. Like other non-essential/not high priority work (kinda like this). Any good ways to not procrastinate?