Procrastination has become a disease of the masses. Very often procrastinators find themselves involved with listless activities instead of important pending work. With the advent of social media and the availability of tones of things to do online, procrastination it seems has become an epidemic. A lot of people also find it easier to put off things for another sunrise and it can be a fatal error and could develop into an equally fatal habit that can affect a person’s life in many ways. It can severely deplete a person on the professional front too and can prevent people from achieving the fullest of what their potentials are. Here are some of the best ways to avoid procrastination.