Carlee Riddle

When people think of the word “Procrastination” it is often thought of as a negative thing that hinders people’s ability to get work done. What most people don’t know is that procrastination is often seen in creative people and can greatly benefit what they are working on. Instead of rushing into a project idea and later finding it not to be what they wanted, procrastination allows different ideas to bounce around in their head. The resulting project after procrastinating turns out to be more well thought out and planned because more time was given to the design process.  


Through this project I wanted to spread awareness about the stigma of procrastinating, because let’s be honest, what college student doesn’t procrastinate? Procrastination doesn’t have to be this negative thing that makes you feel bad about your work ethic. It can be a fun process that enhances your work and final project in the end.