One of my greatest flaws, is procrastination. I know I should get my responsibilities then, but why do that when I have time tomorrow? Yes…I know that isn’t very responsible, but it’s hard to resist the allure of procrastination. It usually goes something like this, I plan on starting one of my responsibilities at 8:00, but when 8:00 rolls around, I snooze my alarm for another hour. Then a few hours later, I get up and decide to eat instead of work, and then after that I hang out with friends and family and enjoy dinner. By the time I get home, it was already so late, I might as well wait until tomorrow. Now repeat that every day for weeks. While I’ve dealt with a lot of consequences because of this flaw of mine, one of the most annoying ones was when my a/c died. I knew I should go ahead and call an HVAC provider to solve my cooling system problem, but that meant I would have to pick a time for the HVAC professional to come over and fix the AC, and I already had plans for most of the week and I didn’t like the idea of changing it. So instead I attempted to endure the hot weather, but when I started leaving sweat prints on my furniture, I knew I had to put my laziness aside so I can get this done. When I finally did get my air conditioning fixed, the relief I felt was wonderful and I wondered why I put it off for so long. It reminded me of how great it was to get something done, and now the only chore left for me to do is sweep the floor, but I can do that later.