What can I do in 60 seconds?
61 things you can do in 60 seconds or less…
- Drink a glass of water.
- Take 10 deep breaths.
- Think of something you’re grateful for.
- Scratch your dog’s belly.
- Sign up for The Houndzooth newsletter on the right side of the page and possibly win a few great prizes!
- Eat an apple.
- Swivel your hips.
- Shimmy your shoulders.
Why do we need to avoid procrastination?
When we procrastinate, we are allowing ourselves short-term gratification rather than thinking of what’s best for ourselves in the long run. We leave less time to spend with loved ones, family, and friends.
What can we do in seconds?
10 Things You Can Do In One Second To Make Your Life Happier
- Give a great big smile. Looking for an easy way to make your life happier?
- Laugh out loud.
- Take a deep breath.
- Shut off your phone.
- Take in your surroundings.
- Take a sip of water.
- Give thanks.
- Do a quick stretch.
How can procrastination affect your future?
Procrastination can have a negative effect on students’ schoolwork, grades, and even their overall health. Students who procrastinate experience higher levels of frustration, guilt, stress, and anxiety—in some cases leading to serious issues like low self-esteem and depression.
What’s the 5 minute rule?
The 5-minute rule is a cognitive behavioral therapy technique for procrastination in which you set a goal of doing whatever it is you would otherwise avoid, but only do it for five minutes. If after five minutes it’s so horrible that you have to stop, you are free to do so.
What is the best way to avoid procrastination?
Top 10 Ways to Avoid Procrastination
- Get organized. You can’t do any work if you don’t know what assignments need to be completed.
- Set simple, achievable goals. Part of the reason we procrastinate is because the task at hand seems too daunting.
- Create a timeline/schedule.
- Set a deadline.
- Get rid of distractions.
- Time yourself.
- Take a break.
- Use incentives.
How is procrastination good?
Procrastination builds efficiency. Things like planning an article to write before I actually sit down to write ensures the time I do spend writing is productive. Putting off to tomorrow what could be done today can help avoid unnecessary work.
What should I do in 30 seconds?
Here are 11 things you can do in 30 seconds or less.
- Perform a Concert.
- Run 200 Meters.
- Cure Your Hiccups.
- Do 41 “Bunny Hops” on a BMX Bike.
- Fail Spectacularly at Twister.
- Watch Four Vine Videos.
- Make 72 Million Red Blood Cells.
- Listen to the Song “Embryo” by Black Sabbath.