Want to Get More Done Today? Follow These 10 Productivity-Inspiring Instagram Accounts

Want to Get More Done Today?  Follow These 10 Productivity-Inspiring Instagram Accounts

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Having a hard time staying productive? You could try deleting Instagram. Or you could follow these accounts featuring inspiring workplaces, quotes, and strategies for tips and tricks to boost your productivity.

1. @bulletjournal

Looking to ramp up your mindfulness and productivity? People go crazy for the part to-do list, part diary bullet journal method, created by Brooklyn-based Ryder Carroll five years ago. All you need is a notebook and a pen to get started. Follow the official @bulletjournal account to see how the best of the best put their bullet journals into practice.

2. @gettoworkbook

Another popular daily planner for goal setters and go-getters is the @gettoworkbook. It was thoughtfully designed by Elise Blaha Cripe to help you accomplish big things, one day at a time. Prompts include weekly action items and monthly reflection and goal setting.

3. @showmeyourplanner

Follow @showmeyourplanner to oogle other people’s planners and steal their ideas for designing yours.

 

4. @evernote

One of the most popular note taking apps has a productivity-inspiring Instagram account. Follow @evernote for tips and tricks to better design your to-do lists. Check out their light-hearted productivity cartoons for a pick-me-up.

5. @nationalparkservice

Science says surrounding yourself with nature improves productivity. Even a short walk around the block. But that’s not always a reality. Follow @nationalparkservice to get a digital dose of nature, which features photos from national parks all across the United States.

 

6. @coffeeshots

Coffee = productivity fuel. @coffeeshots features artistic, Instagram-worthy shots of coffee galore. Drink up.

 

7. @minimalsetups

Design your workspace for peak productivity. Follow @minimalsetups for ideas.

 

8. @cloudpeeps

For more workspace inspiration follow @cloudpeeps, which features individual workspaces, cool coworking spaces and drool-worthy destinations you could maybe one day work from if you would just get to work already.

 

9. @celinereads

Many successful people tend to be epic readers because they’re constant learners. If you find it hard to find time to crack open a book, follow @celinereads for a gentle nudge. Seeing her artfully styled still lifes of books might encourage you to read more.

 

10. @timferriss

@timferriss is one of the world’s top productivity bloggers and the author of the 4-Hour Workweek. He posts advice, behind-the-scenes shots of his extremely productive life (underwater weight lifting anyone?) and new podcast episodes.