1) Rearrange your Pinterest boards.
2) Rearrange your physical bookcase.
3) Come up with a new filing system for physical papers and stuff on your desk.
4) Come up with a new filing system for your digital files.
5) Tag and sort all your photos in iPhoto or Google Photo. Suggestions: By date, by event, by subjects/objects, by IG filter used, by dominant colors…
6) Proofread your old blog posts. ALL OF THEM.
8) Read 20 articles on how to be more productive.
9) Read 20 articles on forming good habits.
10) Read 20 articles on how to turn yourself into a morning person.
11) Create a really complicated spreadsheet to track your income, expenses, time, and how often you use the bathroom throughout the day.
12) Oil pull.
13) Rearrange your pantry or cupboards. Get depressed because you still don’t have a proper pantry.
14) Look for new ways to organize and maximize space in a small kitchen (TO PINTEREST!!!).
15) Use Pinterest to meal plan for the next five years.
16) Sort, file, tag, and arrange your Evernote notes and notebooks.
17) Clean the blender and mentally add “green smoothie ingredients” to your shopping mix.
18) Make tea.
19) Look up tea storage tins and get really tempted to buy some that are on sale.
20) Clean the coffeemaker.
21) Research fancy new coffeemakers on Amazon.
22) Update your Amazon wishlist. Remind yourself how absurd it is to have over 1400 items (99% of which are books) on said wishlist.
23) Search for desk organizers and storage bins online (The Container Store, Target, Ikea, World Market…)
23) Join a bunch of Facebook groups for bloggers and entrepreneurs.
24) Sign up for a dozen or so Skillshare classes.
25) Research new layouts and themes for your blog.
26) Read 50 articles on how to write a killer About page.
27) Unsubscribe from a couple dozen email newsletters.
28) Organize the people you’re following on Twitter into lists. ALL OF THEM.
29) Unfollow a bunch of people on Twitter because you’re not really sure who they are or why you’re following them.
30) Curse group giveaways for getting you to follow most of those people.
31) Unsubscribe from blogs that no longer interest you.
32) Replace those blogs with new ones.
33) Go back to the earlier unread emails in your inbox and start going through them one by one in an attempt to reach Inbox Zero.
I may or may not have personally tested all of these.