Overachievers and procrastinators share at least one thing in common: The amount of work and tasks they have to cross off a mental or physical list is consistently daunting.
The former because, what’s the point of living if you’re not taking on so many things that you forget to schedule time for lunch and dinner? The latter suffers from the same dilemma given the tendency to leave everything to the last minute, though I like to think of it as meeting deadlines. But of course, as a journalism major, everything can be justified like that.
Meet Liz, the overcrastinator, a disastrous and deadly hybrid.
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