In our fast-moving modern world, it always seems that the time-train is pulling out of the station just as we reach the platform. Everything and everybody is under pressure to go faster and do things on time. We have developed an inner psychology of speed, of optimising, of maximising efficiency and productivity, which is getting stronger by the day. When work gobbles up so many hours of the day and productivity is encouraged, the enjoyment left for everything else is discouraged. This project looks at 'procrastination', 'time-wasting', and 'doing nothing' as positive activities by creating interventions in workspaces and analysing behaviours under experimental circumstances. By challenging social norms of productivity, we might find value in living a 'slower' life.