Procrastination is totally a good thing. You always have something to do tomorrow, plus you have nothing to do today. (Source unknown)
We are often looking for an “escape clause,” some way to rationalize our bad habits. It may be true, of course, that putting off a project or an assignment on one occasion or another turned out to be helpful. A few days’ delay may bring a needed answer or solution to mind. But that’s no way to plan your life. Tomorrow is filled with enough duties that we shouldn’t add another.
I will hurry, without delay, to obey your commands (Psalm 119:60).