Every living thing is a victim of the universal plague of procrastination. This includes the unflaggingly punctual accountants of Deloitte and yes, even OCD Oprah from your Calculus class last semester.
Parallel to the whole enchilada of life, procrastinating has its benefits and drawbacks. You could argue that it promotes efficient time management- only when deadlines are future-obliterating-ly close, you know.
Though neglecting our duties may bring about fleeting spells of joy, evading these dreadful obstacles will precipitate long-term melancholy, even if the rest of your days are spent indulging in fun.