I am a master procrastinator, but I'm trying to stop, I just go through so much stress when I realize I have to get everything done in the last minute because, so it's probably for the best that I don't. Although, I do know people who actually thrive on procrastination, I guess it's just how your brain works.
It depends upon the circumstances too. If you have a lot of deadlines intersecting on the same point, you have to get some of them out of the way. But yes, it can certainly be unhealthy.
I'm honestly the best at procrastinating. I had a lecture a few hours back and when I arrived back at my flat I went straight onto my university emails and stuff to organise my work. Several hours later, and I'm listening to music and reading that article on procrastination.. the irony.I agree though, the adrenaline and everything really forces ideas to come out and come out fast - the only thing is quality with me when I leave it to last minute, but hey.Amy;Little Moon Elephant
Quality's got to be the big concern, I think. If your quality is going to suffer from a tight timeframe, you might have some problems. Otherwise, you'll often be fine.