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Personally, I like using standing-height work surfaces for short intervals. I work for a little and then walk to get a drink and come back. It gives me the benefit of walking while being able to write. I haven't fully converted to the standing desk movement, but I'm considering it. Standing for long periods definitely takes getting used to. That being said, ...
I make heavy use of checklists (in Evernote) for a lot of processes, especially ones I do periodically, but not quite often enough to make them routine actions. The best way I've found to make good ones is to attempt to log every step as I perform it, then edit on reuse. Yes, that's time consuming the first time, and prone to missing things. Expecting to ...
As a system engineer I am basically in the same situation, and use Google Services or Onenote as my exobrain. As far as I can tell, it is very difficult to log a task as you do it. However, this seems necessary in the case where you only anticipate doing a task once, but want to record the steps involved in it. The only answer I can think of is: Do the ...
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