Productive procrastination

Today I got tons of things done. None of which were the thing I was supposed to be doing.

I never know whether to be proud of days like this or not.

2 thoughts on “Productive procrastination

  1. Don’t think all procrastination (or productivity, for that matter) is created equal.

    It can sometimes be good to procrastinate – it can lead to less struggle, delay (counter-intuitive, but true), and more optimal functioning.

    There’s a new book out titled Productive Procrastination, and it describes how to do it, how to tell productive from destructive procrastination, and how to end the destruction kind. (Yes, it’s available on Learn more about the concept of Procrastivity at Wishing you optimal procrastivity!!


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