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The 5 Real Reasons You Procrastinate
It seems most Americans struggle with procrastination at least occasionally. A simple Google search will yield many promising solutions, and yet we still seem to be wasting time and regretting it. Why??
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Waste of Time

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3 Challenges Unique to Women with ADHD
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(Happily Imperfect) – When you identify what’s causing your procrastination, it’s easier to find the right solution.
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(Leveraging Adversity) – They spend their energy wisely and have a positive relationship with challenges. See what else they do!
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