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Posted on: January 21, 2021

[ARCHIVED] How to Avoid Procrastination Especially During a Pandemic

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Procrastination can lead to stress. The long term effects of procrastination have been proven to cause negative consequences. Whether it’s your job, school or other events in your life, it’s hard to maintain a normal balance between work, school, and social life (we especially enjoy that one!) However, it’s always smart to keep yourself from procrastination, and to maintain a healthy balance. During this pandemic people are reporting feeling more tendency to procrastinate. In this session Diane Lang will provide tips will help you avoid a sticky situation!

 Wednesday, Feb 10, at 1 pm
FREE, pre-registration required.

ZOOM link will be emailed after registration.

FREE; pre-registration required online at Community Pass or in person at SYLS Office, 204 Hillside Ave., M—F, 8:30 am—4:30 pm.

Please call 973-535-7925, option 8 or email

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