How to Stop Procrastinating with the leading internet and website blocker. Blocking sites gives you back self control to write and study.
Set the amount of time you'd like to be internet-free, then choose one of three options that works best for you:
- Block the internet, but reboot if you want to get back online.
- Block the internet, but prevent internet access even if you reboot. You'll get back online once your time is up.
- Stay connected, but filter out the most distracting websites, social media sites and email accounts.
Stop Procrastinating is the only temporary website blocker combining psychology with technology. It gives you the option to set goals to achieve while disconnected from the internet. Goal setting is hard wired into the brain, so you’re more likely to reach them if you write them down. Research has shown that it’s the best software if you want to know how to block websites and get things done!
Students cut the internet and block websites temporarily, giving them the freedom to study without distraction.
Writers can set writing goals, then disconnect the internet when they write, or choose to filter out the most distracting websites but stay connected.
Young people love using Stop Procrastinating to block and filter websites and social media sites when they do their homework. It helps them control their own internet use, encouraging responsibility and self-control. It’s an effective parental control with a difference. Research shows that young people are more likely to cut digital distractions if they do it themselves.