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You know procrastinating isn't exactly good for your health, but it might be doing even more harm than you think. “Procrastination increases stress, which can adversely affect every organ system in your body,” Lombardo says. “In one study, college students who procrastinated showed lowered immune system functioning, increased gastrointestinal problems, and a higher rate of insomnia. The stress of procrastination can also lead to anxiety, worry, and depressed mood,” she adds.
Your action plan: Commit to tackling one task you've been putting off by the end of today—calling the credit card company to discuss an error in your bill, cleaning out your messy car, writing that thank you note...
Sometimes the best steps for success are small ones. Do one of these easy wins each day to put your progress on warp speed
Add one easy win to each day and get ready for your best year ever!
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31 Days to a Fitter, Healthier You