For an individual, procrastination may result in stress, a sense of guilt, the loss of personal productivity, the creation of crisis and the disapproval of others for not fulfilling one's responsibilities or commitments. These combined feelings can promote further procrastination. While it is normal for people to procrastinate to some degree, it becomes a problem when it impedes normal functioning. Chronic procrastination may be a sign of an underlying psychological or physiological disorder.How odd, procrastinating my hobby, the stuff I like to do most. Before I started OpenUniversity mathematics i acted as though addicted on math. Maybe it's the compulsary topics instead of freewheeling mathematics, or just anxiety of bad grades. I asked for an immediate holiday at work of a week to get things back in order. Today I studied all day in the library of a university nearby. And I am glad I did. What a relief, it's as though I never procrastinated. So now I must focus every day in order not to fall back in the procrastination trap. My holiday will be worth it if I make the cut-off date next week for another assignment. While dark and pessimistic yesterday I am optimistic today. I'll keep you posted.
Since I'll be adding some IT modules in my mathematics degree program and because I am a professional coder anyway I might post some IT related math in this blog in the near future.