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May He Rest Peacefully

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In this essay, first published on Medium, Chris Moore grapples with the stalwart companion of all students: procrastination. As he puts it,

Since procrastination is obviously the the single greatest problem in
the universe, let us do the reasonable thing and run it through the
five stages grief, most often used after the death of an intimate
loved one. Please suspend your disbelief and read under the assumption
that the entire concept of workflow was my brother and recently passed
away tragically.

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May He Rest Peacefully

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