17 Productive Ways To Procrastinate
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17 Productive Ways To Procrastinate

Because sometimes you just need to avoid homework while also getting stuff done.

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17 Productive Ways To Procrastinate
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1. Delete apps you don't use from your phone.

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Be sure to check in Settings afterwards to see how much space you freed up.

2. Clean out your car.

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Driving a clean car is the quickest way to feel like a million bucks.

3. Read the news.

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Voila, you are now smart.

4. Organize your schoolwork.

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You know what I'm talking about: all those graded returned homework and PowerPoint slides and old exams and printed-off Chegg problems. Get a big binder and page dividers, sort your papers by class, and put them in the binder. Revel in how organized you are.

5. Have a quiet time.

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Nothing enables productivity quite as well as spending time with God first!

6. Work out.

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Healthy body, healthy mind, right?

7. Make your bed and tidy your room.

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You're unstoppable.

8. Go through your clothes and give things away.

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You'll feel 1000x lighter.

9. List your old jewelry for sale on a local BST site.

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Cha-ching.

10. Do your grocery shopping.

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You probably should not eat so much fast food.

11. Give yourself a pedicure.

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You're worth it.

12. Do your laundry.

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Once all your favorite clothes are clean and ready to go, you'll be so much more productive.

13. Tithe to your church (or favorite nonprofit.)

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You know that's something you've been meaning to do.

14. Do the dishes.

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A clean kitchen = a clear mind.

15. Wear a charcoal mask.

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I also put coconut oil in my hair while I do this as a deep-conditioning treatment.

16. Delete old emails and texts.

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If you've never tried keeping you inbox at zero, I recommend it.

17. Call your mom.

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Or dad, or grandparents, or long-distance bestie.

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