There are plenty of reasons to not pursue productivity all of the time.
Thinking about productivity all the time robs you of living in the moment.
You have to re-charge and re-fill (writers need to read, artists need to experience art).
Working hard on something and then resting is how you get great ideas.
What is all this productivity for?
I think there is also a really important distinction between being intentionally "not productive" (also known as having "down time") versus procrastination and being distracted.
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2022-09-27: I just finished the book Do Nothing by Celeste Headlee, and I’ve gotta say, it made me re-think my desire to be "productive" all the time. Part of me already knew I needed to allow plenty of downtime in my day, but the book put that in a new light for me. (Additionally, it’s challenged me to consider how little in-person socialization I currently get outside of my atomic family.)