But it seems like the spirit of the holiday is actually in favor of procrastination and not an effort to overcome it.
Apparently, this year from March 1 through 7, you are supposed to celebrate procrastination by procrastinating work and doing something you otherwise wouldn’t do.
This is not a cause for celebration! A better holiday would be one in which we use the holiday spirit as an impetus for getting over procrastination. On my National Procrastination Week, I’d at least get started on one thing I’ve been putting off for too too long.