How to avoid procrastination WFH

It’s just so easy isn’t it? You are completely aware that you have looming work deadlines, but you just cannot stop checking your phone, reorganising your desk – turning to anything but the task in hand.

According to a recent Forbes article, procrastination is an emotional response to a distressing issue, protecting you against fear of failure, judgment by others and self-condemnation. You’re doing something against your better judgment, but you do it anyway because of the relief it provides. 

So, to aid combating this I have compiled a series of tips to tackle procrastination whilst working from home (WFH):

By Lydia Woods (Student Intern)

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