Make a to-do list… for your life. It’ll put midterms in perspective.
2. Free Rice
Make your laziness more charitable. Take your pick of quiz categories like vocabulary, anatomy, geography, and foreign languages. For each correct answer, Free Rice donates ten grains of rice to the World Food Programme.
Train yourself to be a speed reader, so when you get around to the readings, they’ll go twice as fast.
Nothing says “I’m studying for my Spanish exam” like deciding to take up German.
5. Food Gawker
Build that master list of recipes you’ll definitely get around to…
6. Camel Camel Camel
Saving money is productive, amirite? Use this site to see when’s the best time to buy your favorite Amazon goodies with price history charts and price drop alerts.
7. What Should I Read Next?
Make more plans of what to do after this thing is done.
Enjoy this constant stream of informational YouTube videos. Hey, it’s probably better than another Netflix binge.
Challenge your friends to one of thousands of quizzes so that you’re not the only one putting off that thing you need to do.
10. Ted Talks
It’s a no-brainer, but one of these videos may give you the inspiration you need.