Not in the mood to do anything? Here are 5 apps you can procrastinate on and not be wasting your time at all.
Sometimes the most difficult thing to fight in life is procrastination.
Whether we have to learn for exams in a few days, complete an office task, send an email or do anything productive, procrastinating that task feels like the best thing to do even though it’s so wrong.
Since most of our procrastinating time is used checking out WhatsApp statuses on our phones, following a Twitter beef or just scrolling down the TL, we have compiled 5 very good apps you can procrastinate on. They are interesting enough to keep you hooked but yet leave you with a lot of helpful information.
Quora is a question-and-answer site where questions are asked, answered, edited, and organized by its community of users. Based on your interests, you will find other people asking thought-provoking or simply quirky questions about the same subject. Whats great about Quora is that the answers are mostly brief so you won’t be spending a lot of time there reading. If you want to share knowledge and better understand your world, Quora is the place for you.
Mostly we procrastinate on our tasks because there is no motivation or we are just not mentally ready to tackle it. For this problem, Goalcast is the solution for that. Goalcast serves you with videos and quotes on tips, motivations and inspiration to reach your goals. It’s a great resource to get you up and going; injecting some positive feeling in you.
Flipboard curates content from social media, news feeds, photo sharing sites and other websites. You can flip through the articles, images and videos being shared. Readers can also save stories into Flipboard magazines. If you are tired of navigating your web browser to read news websites and social media sites, the Flipboard is the place for you.
Watching TED talks is a surefire way to get inspired. People of all different ages, cultures, and worldviews give TED talks about things that they care about, and their passion truly shows. Even after just one TED talk, you’ll leave with a new knowledge on a subject you might not have even known existed, and you’ll start thinking yourself.
Yes, while YouTube has tons of time wasters, there is also a plethora of channels that are devoted to teaching you something new in a short period of time. Channels like MinutePhysics, Vi Hart, Crash Course and Vsauce are all devoted to teaching you something you’ve learned in grade school in a new, entertaining light.
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