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    • marius1 week ago

      Great density of useful information to improve productivity. This year I plan to track and use my time more wisely which is why I found this article in the first place.

      • bill
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        5 days ago

        Awesome. Perfect companion to this other one that I just read.

        PS @marius if I remember correctly, you’re a faster, right? I fasted all day yesterday (just water) and I’m feeling great today. When my body starts feeling wrecked, a solid, full-day fast is like a wonderful, hard reset button. Of course it’s good for overall health, but the real reason I do it is to be better at work.

        • marius4 days ago

          Hi @bill, yes I'm fasting last year it was mainly 16/8, and it already had a huge impact on my ability to focus during the morning hours. Right now I'm transitioning towards 20/4 or OMAD to achieve this kind of clarity the entire day (after the breakfast at noon I felt tired). It's amazing how much time you save by not eating and snacking during the day (30 minute breakfast, lunch break, afternoon coffee, snacks in between). Bonus: you really appreciate the food in the evening :-)

    • DellwoodBarker
      Top reader this weekScoutScribe
      4 days ago

      A much needed read Here with Great Reminders and Supportive Suggestions.

    • bill
      Top reader of all timeScoutScribe
      5 days ago

      I read lots of stuff like this, but this article is particularly solid. Lots of practical advice. I love the environment-body-mind framework. Crystal clear and sage.