Showing posts tagged with "Minimal"
You know procrastination is wrong. You know that you shouldn’t waste time on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit during working hours. How can you avoid distraction and create an environment that boosts productivity? One of the tips I’ve been practicing is using a separate browser for personal and professional workspaces.Continue Reading »
The most distracting menu bar status is the remaining battery life. It creates anxiety. It seeks attention. It stops the flow of time. It’s a little parasite that chows away your focus without you realizing it.Continue Reading »
How to measure productivity? How to tell if you’re productive? While you can limit the time spent on time-wasting sites, does that mean you’re productive? The only way to answer these questions is by tracking the time you work in front of computer.Continue Reading »
Most people treat time as an infinite resource because they don’t have to earn it. So we’re caught in the sea of endless information and entertainment made possible with the Internet connection. If we track the time spent on each activity, we can learn how from our habit and use it to encourage us to spend time wisely.Continue Reading »
Admit it. You’re annoyed when you see a crack on your gadgets. If you deny it, try to create one on your iPhone.Continue Reading »
Compared to few years ago when I just started out using Twitter, the frequency of my tweets have hit rock bottom. What it used to be at least five tweets a day becomes one tweet a week.Continue Reading »
Don’t stop the mind. Don’t let the mind run wild. Don’t try to take over the mind. Watch over the mind.Continue Reading »
Every emotion you feel can be neutralized with “This is …”.Continue Reading »
One doesn’t merely allow desire to take control of himself. Becoming aware of self, acknowledging the existence of ego, and continuously look into the origin of desire can allow one to see the impermanence and unsteadiness of desire.Continue Reading »
Continue Reading »
Children can be so carefree is simply because they care less.