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From what you described, I think your job is about big/longtime projects. My advise is to break your job to simple and smaller tasks as possible. Then calculate approximate required time for each part of your tasks and set a daily program to do them. Also it sounds like you see the empty half of the glass, but I think you need to change your view. You ...


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Your way of working is not sustainable. By accepting this amount of work you're signaling to your boss that the load is reasonable. If you continue this way you will probably end up exhausted. Start using Personal Kanban to limit the number of tasks in progress at any given time. Also start practicing Mindfulness to better cope with stress.


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Stress is generally a response to something. So for example, you might get stressed by deadlines because you're afraid of missing them, or worried about forgetting something, etc. By your description, this is a pretty big factor in your life, and it's probably worth getting to the bottom of what's causing it. But something that might help is get into the ...


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Generally speaking, when facing high levels of stress and great ability to refocus is required, Mindfulness training is a long-term solution that always should be considered. Its effectiveness in improving physical and mental health is scientifically well-documented. However, there are limits to how much workload a person can handle before getting totally ...


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I took the course "Practicing Mindfulness: An Introduction to Meditation" from The Great Courses and found it was very helpful to walk you through the whole process of mindfulness. The instructor is very interesting and his approach is very practical if you are serious about improving your skills in this area. I am not associated with The Great Courses. ...


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Challenging situation. As a person struggling with ADHD combined end of day fatigue issues, I have similar problems to what you are experiencing. Like you, I also have a very demanding family routine like yours which consumes much of my energy that is left once I am done work for the day. My thought is that you are most likely devoting your least ...


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Answering your question depends on whether you're supposed to be tired by that time or not. If you're supposed to be tired (working hard, not getting enough sleep, etc...) then your question is actually how to recover quickly. In that case I would suggest a 20-30 minutes power nap or a 10-15 minutes meditation (try Calm or Headspace). If you're not ...


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Split your evening eating into two parts. The part before the studying should be low-carb and rather light, but with plenty of protein. It could be a protein-heavy snack, in fact. That will give you maximum ability to concentrate on your hour of studying in the evening. Here's a reference: lowcarbediem.com/have-more-energy-sleep-less-and-get-more-done ...


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What is it? In a nutshell, Mindfulness training is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment, accepting it without judgment. It is a form of meditation inspired by Buddhism, with an emerging scientific foundation in medicine. Sometimes the concept is confused with relaxation techniques. It is not something you do when you ...



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