It might not always be a bad idea to put things off

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Between my husband and I, I’m the procrastinator in our relationship. Whenever I’m on laundry duty, the clean clothes can take between 5–7 working days to migrate from dryer to wardrobe. My husband on the other hand, abhors procrastination. If I ask him to do something, he gets it done before I finish the sentence.

So while my husband has always had a term to describe my penchant for delaying the completion of tasks, experts have now coined a term for my husband’s relentless need to get things done immediately. …


Dawn Teh

Health content writer | Former psychologist writing about how we think, feel, connect and thrive. Let's talk: dawn.teh@pennedcopywrite.com

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