It is normal that we all leave "things for later", but it does not mean that you are procrastinator. The reality is that one in five people turns this habit into something chronic.
According to DePaul University in Chicago, one in five people are considered "Procs," or chronic procrastinators. This covers different areas of life, such as work, personal life, financial matters, social life and hobbies.
According to the researchers, this mania to leave everything for later causes havoc, truncating goals and producing feelings of shame and anguish in those who identify time after they did things wrong.