Is Procrastination a Useful Tool in Frugalism?

One thing I realised recently is that my tendency to procrastinate can be useful tool in deferring expenditure.

There were several days after Christmas when I meant to go to the shops and buy some things but never got around to it. And then, on thinking about it realised I did not need those things at all.

So procrastination can be a good thing to slow down our acquisitiveness.

Author: Kate Carruthers

Kate Carruthers is Chief Data & Insights Officer for UNSW Sydney, and is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science & Engineering. She is certified in information security and is currently undertaking postgraduate studies terrorism and security. Kate has extensive experience in senior roles in ICT, marketing, data and digital; and is a member of the NSW Government’s Data Analytics Centre Advisory Board. Kate is currently working at the intersection of data analytics, AI, ML, privacy, cyber security, and data protection.

3 thoughts

  1. I really must sell my Enron shares. And maybe get out of the subprime market. I keep meaning to, but procrastinate. Heh.


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