5 Ways to Stop Being Lazy and Unmotivated - It's time to kick laziness to the curb

*This is part two of the laziness posts I have been writing about recently. If you haven't had a chance to read the first one, you can do so here.


Lazy people want much but get little,

but those who work hard will prosper. - Proverbs 13:4


Two weeks ago, I discussed how I have been recently struggling with laziness and jealousy, and why these two things surprisingly go hand-in-hand. You can read that post here. Well, now, I am going to discuss how to kick these feelings to the curb and lose them forever - Leading to you feeling more productive and more motivated.


Yes, it can be done. I am living proof of this.


All it takes is a little work. Yes, work. But no worries. Once you start doing these things, they will become habits and will be easier and easier for you to achieve.


Here are five things I have started doing to combat laziness that have worked wonders for me.


1. Schedule More Efficiently


You may have heard this one before and think it's hopeless, but don't write me off just yet.

If you are anything like me, you try to schedule something but then never follow through. Perhaps at one point, you bought a fancy scheduler and some colorful pens, hoping that would make you more organized. But now, that pretty journal you bought lays to waste. Those cool gel pens are lying at the bottom of your catch-all drawer right now, drying up unused. No matter how many planners, bullet journals, or schedulers you buy, you never follow through on any of them.