Drag your feet/heels - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
drag your feet/heels
drag your feet (or heels) (of a person or organization) be deliberately slow or reluctant to act.
1994 Nature Conservancy We can't afford to drag our feet until a species is at the brink of extinction.
drag your ˈfeet/ˈheels do something very slowly or delay doing something because you do not want to do it: How much longer will the government go on dragging its feet about whether to invest more money in the railways?