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Busy But Getting Nothing Done: 3 Subtle, Subconscious Ways We Procrastinate

A version of this article originally appeared on Forbes. Sign up for my newsletter to get my articles straight to your inbox. We know what typical procrastination looks and feels like: we're on social media, checking emails for the tenth time in an hour, clipping our toenails, loading the dishwasher, revisiting the snack room, dragging our feet in other blatant ways--all instead of accomplishing the necessary and most important task at hand.
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