Are You Too Snoring Like A Running Train?

Written by Martin Enevoldsen

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Creative Procrastination

Written by Steve Gillman

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The key to creative procrastination is to recognise which things you should and shouldn't do. By all means, learn to overcomerepparttar habit of procrastinating on good actions, but let yourself get intorepparttar 139896 habit of waiting to do harmful or time-wasting things.

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