Productive procrastination



It's that time of the year when all students are going slightly mental because we have exams that are sort of quite important... It is also that time of the year when the phenomenon of procrastination is extremely prevalent. We are all guilty of procrastinating but if you're going to do it, why not do it productively? Here are some ideas for productive procrastination:

1. Write a blog post
This is the perfect time to schedule a few posts. You may not be doing your uni/school work but you're doing something! And if you want to be super cool, write a blog post about procrastination- procrastiception!

2. Tidy your room
I hate tidying my room. I'm extremely messy but as soon as I start revising I suddenly have an urge to reorganise and clean EVERYTHING. So go ahead, tidy your room, colour code and label everything to your heart's content- by the end of it at least you'll have a nice space to actually do your revision in.

3. Take care of your skin, paint your nails, etc.
Who really cares about your knowledge of System Justification when you have glowing skin and perfectly painted nails? It's pamper time!

Can you tell I'm going mad here?

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