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Are you someone who likes to put off until tomorrow what you could do today? Do you draw up to-do lists, only to get frustrated that you aren’t able to follow them through? This delightful book argues that procrastinators are often perfectionists, and structured procrastinating---doing one thing as a way of not doing something else---is sometimes extremely effective. And if you’re still stuck with that list of things to do, here is advice on how to tweak it so that it becomes more manageable: put something daunting, like “Learn Chinese” or “Renovate kitchen”, at the top; cleaning the house or doing the laundry is a great way to not do those things. Written with wry humour and peppered with a wealth of insights, Don’t Buy This Book Now! The Art of Procrastination proposes an ingenious programme for getting things done by putting them off; it’s a must-read for anyone who has ever accused themselves of being a slacker.