Overcoming social media procrastination
Are you someone who would open up facebook and skype on your laptop once you get home? Since most of us people are exposed to the internet, social media procrastination has increasingly affected us. Some say its controllable, but most people say it isn’t. The average person spends up to 24 hours or more a week online. Students like me tend to spend that time online while we should be concentrating on work. Students that procrastinate like me end up sleeping very late or even end up not completing them at all. If there is a problem, there is always a solution; and thats exactly what I will tell you.
Many people including businessmen and students like me work while having their social medias running. Always taking a minute or two several times checking their facebook or skype. This is the most common process of online procrastination, dealing with this kind of procrastination is not an easy thing to do. In fact its really hard to close facebook or skype once you have them on. Therefore the easiest yet hardest solution for this matter would be to never turn them on before doing your work. If you think it is unnecessary for you to not have them on, think about what you really do in facebook, skype, or twitter. The only thing you probably will be doing when you have facebook and twitter on is checking new updates, commenting on other peoples posts or chatting online. If you procrastinate like this, what you’re really doing is wasting time doing barely nothing, but staring at the screen waiting for something new to pop up. This would be acceptable if you at least relieve stress while doing this, but does it really relieve any stress? Think about it.
As a student studying at a school with unlimited wifi anywhere you go, I find it difficult not to procrastinate. Having done this at a daily basis, I cannot stop myself from going online and sometimes I go online even without me realizing it. I have tried many things from...
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