Things To Do While Avoiding Things To Do: And 56 More Fun Lists for Procrastinators
Mark J. Asher
Amazon Digital Services
DESCRIPTION: Procrastination. It's not just a word, it's a way of life. But even the best procrastinator runs out of ideas, forcing them to contemplate the
horrendous alternative: productivity. To delay that terrible moment as long as possible, here are 56 lists sure to increase one's non-work output.
A Kindle-exclusive title.
REVIEW: It was a freebie download, and I'm an inveterate procrastinator myself, so this looked fun. Asher's lists, unfortunately, tend to be bland and repetitive, and not nearly as witty as advertized. I honestly cannot recall actually laughing at a single list or item. On the plus side, at least it read fast, and reading it helped me procrastinate on my own projects; that partial success earned it the extra half-star.