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I’m not talking about reading Lean In and telling yourself it’s fun, or using your Sunday to organize your pantry. I’m not talking about a long brunch where you lend an ear to a friend in need. Or taking a long lunch to squeeze in a barre class.

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A free worldwide movement for anyone who does too damn much. #DoNothingDay is a commitment to spend 12 hours on March 20th…doing nothing.


I commit to spending March 20th doing nothing. Send me my #DoNothingDay (un)planner.

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At work, at home and everywhere in between. Even our spare time is devoted to doing a good job of self-care and trying to deepen our friendships and invest in our romantic relationships and run our errands and read all the books we’re supposed to be reading and catch up on politics and water our house plants and practice meditation and spend time in nature and…

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No, I’m not talking about sitting in an empty room in silence. I’m talking about BEING! If you want to read, read! If you want to sleep, sleep! There are no expectations. No way to get it “right” or “wrong.” The only rule is that you can’t do anything you don’t want to do. No checking emails to get a head start on the week. No checking the mail (unless you’re waiting for a fun package). No unloading the dishwasher “real quick” or trying to fit in a workout because you “should.”


This is the chance to do ONLY and EXACTLY what you want to do. Which might feel scary. Or uncomfortable. It might make you feel guilty. Or like you’re “wasting” time. And that’s the whole point.

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I commit to spending March 20th doing nothing. Send me my #DoNothingDay (un)planner.


Who is #DoNothingDay for?

It’s for anyone who can’t live without their to-do list. It’s for entrepreneurs and freelancers. It’s for SAH moms. It’s for writers and designers and artists. It’s for women with corporate careers. It’s for grad students and high school students and yoga students. It’s for activists and dog walkers and engineers


The bottom line is that it’s 100% free and open to anyone (yes, even dudes!) who wants to spend a day BEING instead of DOING.

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First, you get the free one-page #DoNothingDay anti-planner. And a few emails guiding you through how to set boundaries with your family and work, how to (un)plan a relaxing #DoNothingDay, and why it’s totally natural to be afraid of being if you spend all your time doing.

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I commit to spending March 20th doing nothing. Send me my #DoNothingDay (un)planner.