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We all procrastinate about something, and it usually leads to guilt, stress, and anxiety, but The Doctors have 4 tips to help you conquer your urge to avoid.
Be Aware: Try to pinpoint what type of things you are avoiding. Is there a pattern to what you keep putting off?
Get Started: Once you figure out which types of things you are procrastinating, Dr. Ian Smith says to tackle them in the morning because if you let linger all day, it is just going to make you feel worse.
Break Large Tasks Down: If something feels too overwhelming, break the task down into smaller parts and finish them in baby steps.
Reward Yourself: Once you have completed the task, do not be afraid to reward yourself with something you enjoy.
Now, finish reading this article and get started on the thing you have been avoiding, you'll feel so much better once it's completed!