‘Procrastination Nannies’ Help You Get Your Work Done

‘Procrastination Nannies’ Help You Get Your Work Done
Arts & Culture

A pop-up co-working space is introducing a new service to help people finish their passion projects

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 8 june 2017

Finding motivation to sit down and write a play, a business proposal or a chapter of a book after spending eight hours at your day job is not easy. Even when the weekend finally comes rolling, carving out a couple of hours for your passion project, amidst all the family gatherings, friends’ birthday parties and casual dinner dates, can prove difficult. With so many good excuses, finding the inner-strength to get your work done is hard, but Cave Day is here to give you a gentle nudge and help you work through your procrastination.

Operating like a pop-up co-working space, Cave Day takes place on Sundays and offers structured distraction-free time with the company of like-minded individuals. The day starts at 9am with a light breakfast and lasts till 6pm. At the beginning, attendees are asked to give up their phones, as well as one other thing they claim could hinder their success, be it Facebook or sense of self-doubt.

At 9:30am sharp, the work begins and attendees can choose between one of three spaces: the Quiet Cave for uninterrupted work, the Timed Cave for more structured workflow, with 15 minutes breaks after every 45 minutes of work, as well as the break room where trained facilitators can chat through ideas or give feedback.

The $40 ticket covers two meals, snacks and coffee. If this sounds like the perfect way to spend your Sunday, the next Cave Day takes place on May 21 at the Impact Hub in downtown Manhattan.

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