Finally, one of my favourites is to ensure that my mental tick list of things to do is never committed to paper. Written lists usually require you physically to tick things off, preferably in the order in which they appear. Mental tick lists, on the other hand, actually allow you to remove some things to do from the list if they are not especially enticing.
So, I hope that has been a helpful summary of prime procrastination techniques. They all work individually , but are best in combination. The greatest thing about them, of course, is they are also an excellent aid to delaying the onset of stress until things really have to be done.