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Are we checking off our list of hopes and dreams, our "bucket list," or are we just putting things off because we are too busy and overwhelmed?
In the long run, putting things off will cost you more money, require more consultants, and create greater time pressure.
Postponers are looking for ways to get what they need without incurring the burden of paying now, so they are juggling and putting things off.
Plus anything we did do just got wrecked by the boys, so we kept putting things off.
But perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that putting things off comprises a key facet of the graduate student's intellectual methodology, since, from a certain perspective, procrastination appears to comprise English Studies' disciplinary raison detre.
Putting things off is a natural urge that's generally impossible to resist.
When she became unwell, we decided there was no use putting things off until tomorrow.
The man whose father died of brain cancer when he was only 24 years old says he believes in hot putting things off until tomorrow.
Procrastination, or putting things off until the last possible moment, is the way lots of students function.
A more aggressive customer might possibly have forced some action but I had applied little or no pressure to the dilatory artisan, and in consequence became guilty of the most common of human failings, that of putting things off.
We don't have the luxury of putting things off,'' said Detective Victor Lewandowski, who conducted the investigation.

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