Why You Should Stop Procrastinating on Small Tasks

Small tasks are a wolf in disguise

Photo by Corinne Kutz on Unsplash

We all from time to time run into tasks that we don’t attend to promptly.

It’s ironic how human psychology works, but people tend to procrastinate on smaller tasks rather than bigger tasks. However, minor tasks, when tossed aside, can eventually blow up into big tasks.

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Kristina Segarra

Kristina Segarra

Freelance health & wellness writer/musician/ mom of two boys. Editor of Illumination’s Mirror

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