1. Clean out our your phone and your computer.
Clear up space on your devices by deleting old photos, crappy games, useless apps and other programs you don't use.
2. Surf Wikipedia.
Visit Wikipedia and search for something - anything: glue, earrings, pencil lead, Abraham Lincoln, etc. Read about the topic then click on a link in the article that will take you to another topic. Finish that one, click on another link within that article and on and on.
3. Watch infotainment videos on YouTube
I am a huge fan of YouTubers Matthew Santoro, Today I Found Out and Thoughty2. These guys create highly entertaining and informative videos on all kinds of topics from food history to space exploration.
4. Clean out your Facebook friends list.
We all have those friends who make us cringe every time we see their new status update. They post 20 times a day, share entirely too much personal info, constantly stir the pot on religious and political topics and oh, boy - the drama! We roll our eyes at them and keep scrolling. Well, how about actually taking the time to unfollow or un-friend those people all together? It'll make your (12x) daily Facebook stroll a little more pleasant the next time you log on.
5. Make your to-do list for tomorrow.
Don't just think about what you need to do. Actually write it down so you don't forget.
6. Set up an online dating profile.
Single and ready to mingle? Join a highly rated and trustworthy dating website like Match.com and find yourself some luv.
7. Buy some penny stocks.
Penny stocks aren't actually a penny. That would be pretty cool though. They're shares you can buy for $5 or less. I'm a bit out of my element on this one so let me direct you to a helpful article on how to get started.
8. Plan a roadtrip.
Jot down a plan for a super fun roadtrip to take solo or with friends. Maybe make it your goal eat at every Mexican restaurant in your state or go visit a family member you haven't seen in years.
9. Join a cash back program.
If you like shopping online I highly suggest you join some kind of cashback program like eBates, Honey or Swagbucks. They're absolutely free and you get some of your money back when you shop! Who doesn't want money back?!?!?!?
10. Write a novel, movie script or play.
Grab a notebook or your computer and let your imagination run wild. And who knows? You just might write the next big hit!
11. Watch a documentary about a unique topic.
There are documentaries about pretty much every topic in the world. My personal favorites are Kumare, Man on Wire and The Business of Being Born.
12. Sign up for classes at a local community college.
Many colleges offer cool classes for non-students like ballroom dancing, pottery, cake decorating and much more. A quick internet search should point you in the right direction.
13. Learn another language.
You don't have to buy any fancy language learning programs, there are plenty of free resources on YouTube and the entire internet.
14. Browse KickStarter.
Check out this great crowd-funding site for awesome new projects and worthy causes to support. You just might get inspired to get up and start your own project!
15. Get on eBay or Amazon, leave feedback and rate your recent purchases.
This is something that many people don't do because they don't want to be bothered with the extra step or they honestly forget. Leaving feedback for sellers is very important as it lets other buyers know what they're getting into before buying. Reviewing items helps improves the online shopping experience for everyone! I don't buy an item unless it's been given at least 4 stars.
Are you having a lazy day today? Which activity do you think is the most productive?