I am writing to apologize for my procrastination. I understand that it has caused you frustration and inconvenience, and for that I am truly sorry.
I know that I have a tendency to put off tasks until the last minute, and I realize that this is not an acceptable way to work. I understand that it is important to be reliable and to complete tasks in a timely manner. I am aware that my procrastination has caused you to have to pick up the slack, and I am sorry for any extra work or stress that I have caused you.
I have been trying to work on my procrastination, and I am committed to making changes. I have been working on developing better time management skills and setting realistic goals. I am also trying to focus on the task at hand and break it down into smaller, more manageable pieces.
I understand that it is important to be accountable for my actions, and I am willing to take responsibility for my procrastination. I am committed to being more organized and efficient in the future. I am also open to any suggestions that you may have to help me become more productive.
I am sorry for any inconvenience that my procrastination has caused you. I am committed to making changes so that I can be a more reliable and productive employee.