1. Useful procrastination
    When I really am putting off something I find the best thing to do is replace it with another productive activity. Can't bring yourself to write? Time for the gym! Then calling your family! Then cleaning! I do most of my productive things while avoiding another thing: it combines the joy of accomplishment with the sweet, sweet relief of ignoring something. A win win that breaks even in the long run.
  2. Reorganize your closet
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  3. Clean out the fridge
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  4. Drink those mostly-empty bottles of wine that are about to go bad and are just sitting on the counter taking up space....
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  5. Go for a walk
    Sometimes I just can't be productive at what I'm doing. A quick breather and a little exercise is perfect to boost productivity. At work but can't focus? Take a walk around the building or the parking lot. It builds energy. It gets me away from what I'm working on for a second. It helps me think. A good walk is the best way for me to get back on task.
    Suggested by @annalara
  6. Say "no" more often. (I suck at this, by the way.)
    Suggested by @sortaawesomemeg
  7. Make a list
    List all the small things you need to do, so as you cross stuff off, you feel like a champ.
    Suggested by @13spencer
  8. Read a chapter of a book
    This is what I do when I need a screen break.
    Suggested by @mianguyen
  9. Index cards!
    They help with everything.
    Suggested by @DonnaMoss
  10. Start with the hardest part of the task, so you can tackle it with all your energy. Then when you're tired you can do the easier, funner stuff and it's chill
    Suggested by @jesseno