Batteryless energy harvesting systems face a twofold challenge in converting incoming energy into forward progress. Not only must such systems contend with inherently weak and fluctuating power sources, but they have very limited temporal windows for capitalizing on transitory periods of above-average power. To maximize forward progress, such systems should aggressively consume energy when it is available, rather than optimizing for peak averagecase efficiency. However, there are multiple ways that a processor can trade between consumption and performance. In this paper, we examine two approaches, frequency scaling and resource scaling, and develop a predictor-driven scheme for dynamically allocating future power budgets between the two techniques. We show that our solution can achieve forward progress equal to 2.08X of the baseline Out-of-Order (OoO) processor with the best static configuration of frequency and resources. The combined technique outperforms either technique in isolation, with frequency-only and resource-only approaches achieving 1.43X and 1.61X forward progress improvements, respectively.