Procrastination Paper Subscription (£5 monthly)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Ceri Wilkins
Best mini mag

I love everything about the procrastination paper! It gets me away from my phone and computer which gives me a chance to just read and enjoy the games section (who doesn’t love a crossword). It’s like reliving our childhood but with adult content!

Best subscription EVER

I absolutely love receiving the Procrastination Paper! I’ve been a subscriber since the beginning and it just gets better and better. I love the varied topics discussed and the diversity of all of the contributors is just magic. Highly recommend, it’s the loveliest way to waste some time offline!

Erin Dorgan
A lovely little treat!

I've been subscriber to The Procrastination Paper for some time now and I always love receiving it! Zabby puts together a unique issue every month and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a respite from the online world!

Helen Ridley
Procrastination Paper - Olympics and Paralympics

Loved this issue and enjoyed reading about the olympic and paralympic competitors and their stories of how they came to compete. The final article about the impact of the Olympics on the local population in Japan was also really interesting, and it was great to get a first hand point of view on this.


A very engaging and much needed excuse to take time away from the dreaded screens!


Subscribe to the Procrastination Paper and you'll receive a mini mag filled with top quality procrastination material every month. Each issue has a different theme and is a packed 32 pages full of interviews, articles, games, artwork, activities and more...! The Procrastination Paper is a handy A5 size and printed on recycled paper with eco-friendly inks. 

Your first payment will be for only £3 which covers your Welcome Pack - it includes the Procrastination Paper Guide to Putting Your Phone Down and Wasting Some Time Offline, a membership card, a postcard and some stickers. 

Subscribe between 1st and 31st December and your first mag will be the Seasons issue in January

Subscribe between 1st and 31st January and your first mag will be the Colours issue in February

Subscribe between 1st and 28th February and your first mag will be the Space issue in March


What is the Procrastination Paper?

The Procrastination Paper is a colourful monthly mini mag by Zabby Allen which encourages you to put your phone done for a little while and Waste Some Time Offline. Zabby was inspired to create the Procrastination Paper when she realised that her screen habits had got a bit out of hand and some days she'd spend 4 hours scrolling on her phone. The paper aims to help you procrastinate in more positive and creative ways. 

Billing & Shipping

When you subscribe, you'll be billed £3. This covers your Welcome Pack which will be shipped within 3 working days of your order. See an example of a Welcome Pack in the images - it includes a mini mag which contains information about the Paper, tips for putting your phone down and Wasting Some Time Offline, artwork, activities and more. It also contains a password which will gain you access to a secret member's area of my website where you'll find exclusive discounts to many indie businesses, discounted back issues and more...

  • You will be billed on the 1st of every month for your Papers which will arrive within the first couple of weeks of the month (later in the month if you are based outside the UK). You'll receive a notification email once your Paper is on its way.
  • You can pause or cancel your subscription at any time by logging into your account
  • Postage for Procrastination Paper subscriptions is free within the UK and I use second class standard post. Outside the UK postage costs £3.
  • Subscribe by the last day of the month to receive the next month's Paper.

Also available as a 3 month gift subscription or you can buy back issues here.

What can I expect? 
Check this blog post for a taster of some of our regular features or follow @theprocrastinationpaper on Instagram to see previews of what's the come and photos of back issues.
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