What Type Of Procrastinator Are You?

It's time to find out. No! Not Later! Right now!

Rachel Addine
Created by Rachel Addine
On Oct 6, 2014

What do you usually do when you procrastinate?

Do you get stressed out easily?

Do you work well under-pressure?

Would you rather cut corners, or make sure your work is perfect?

How do you feel about deadlines?

Are you afraid of making decisions?

Are you concerned about what others think of you?

Choose an app:

Choose your comfort food:

Choose a quote/meme:

The Thrill Seeker

The Thrill Seeker

The Thrill Seeker likes procrastinating, as they enjoy the kick they get from working against a deadline. You feel that you thrive under pressure and you love the adrenaline you get from handing in work in the last possible minute.

The Avoider

The Avoider

The Avoider procrastinates in order to hide away from the judgment of others; this can be the judgment of their successes or their failures. They would much rather have others think that they lack effort rather than ability.

The Indecisive Procrastinator

The Indecisive Procrastinator

Indecisive Procrastinators don't always like responsibility and struggle to take charge. Procrastination allows them to shift duty or authority from themselves, even if only temporarily. After all, if they’re not making the decisions, the results won’t be their fault.

The Perfectionist

The Perfectionist

As the name suggests, The Perfectionist sets such high standards for themselves that they become overwhelmed. This type of procrastinator has no trouble getting work started, but finds it hard to finish when they can’t meet the unrealistic expectations they set for themselves.

The Busy Procrastinator

The Busy Procrastinator

The Busy Procrastinator is just too busy to actually get anything done. Everything seems equally as important and they struggle to prioritize. The Busy Procrastinator might actually start some work, but due to their never-ending list of things to do, may fail to finish it.

The Bored Procrastinator

The Bored Procrastinator

The Bored Procrastinator finds it hard to motivate themselves; many of the tasks they face seem like an unfair or unnecessary use of their time and energy. Procrastinating allows them to maintain control over the situation and retain a self of individuality.