How to make your lazy day productive
Sometimes it is very useful to have a lazy day: it works as kind of detox for your psychological well-being especially if you decide to reduce your screen time to the minimum.
The day spent in procrastination is a different matter: you feel guilty with what might have been done and instead of having the tangible results of your efforts you can just feel the time sipping through fingers like sand that leaves you empty handed in the end.
To avoid the second scenario day, you need to plan ahead and allocate time for the tasks you absolutely need to do/delegate/ to do/start/complete: write a realistic list and mark the status of the task.
Next day will surely bring its changes to the schedule including but you must stick to the general line of your agenda.
Apply the assistants like TMetric time tracker and Trello to keep you moving, and your motivation to make it to the stage of completion will be unwavering.