The pleasures and perils of precrastination
Undercover economist: Delay has its own gratifications, even in a pandemic world. In his weekly column for the Financial Times, undercover economist Tim Harford reflects on how in a world full of procrastinators, he is quite the contrary: a 'precrastinator', or a person desperate to get to grips with unpleasant tasks. Turns out, it has lots of benefits too.
From Financial Times