Ever since the huge Equifax breach that pretty much spooked the living hell out of over 100 million people in the United States, I have been acutely aware of anything regarding privacy. It has long been a known fact that corporations not only poorly protect our data, but also sell all of our information to third parties, for usages such as ad targeting. However, if this happens, there is no limit to what other data corporations may have on us and sell to others, even personally identifiable information, like private conversations or the places we visit.
Welcome to A Procrastinator’s Refuge! Procrastination is defined as the avoidance of doing a task that needs to be accomplished. It could be further stated as a habitual/intentional delay of starting or finishing a task despite its negative consequences. I like to think that that definition fits me, but in a weird little way. I have to do two things at the same time, at all times. As such, I commonly look like I procrastinate even though you could say I don’t.