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Jeanne is an active moderator at JavaRanch where you can see her full bio.. She also blogs about programming


Jan
9
reviewed Reviewed How to cope with absentmindedness?
Jan
9
reviewed Reviewed How to fall asleep
Jan
7
answered Context vs. Lists
Jan
3
answered How to study efficiently few days before the exams [considering that one hasn't throughly studied any subject by now]?
Jan
3
comment Looking for printable daily organizer/planner/scheduler for 2013
This doesn't look like the format the person is looking for.
Jan
3
reviewed No Action Needed How to capture thoughts in inconvenient moments?
Jan
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Isolation as a productivity 'drive'
Dec
30
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Evernote implements GTD?
Dec
30
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to use Evernote to implement GTD?
Dec
29
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Suggestion for a disorganized guy
Dec
29
comment What do I do with reasonably large tasks that are due at some point in the future?
Jeff: I pick them based on when I think I will do them. I then review my tasks for the week/day. So they are pretty flexible. I also know when the real deadline is. But I'm not a procrastinator so this isn't a problem for me. I also don't do them immediately. I like to plan my day and not respond to a series of artificial "urgent" items.
Dec
28
answered What do I do with reasonably large tasks that are due at some point in the future?
Dec
28
reviewed No Action Needed What's a good cloud based notebook?
Dec
27
answered Is Pomodoro an all or nothing system
Dec
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Isolation as a productivity 'drive'
Dec
25
comment Isolation as a productivity 'drive'
Keep in mind that you posted this on Christmas Eve. A lot of people are offline and haven't even seen the question yet. Plus it isn't something a lot of people have experience with.
Dec
24
reviewed No Action Needed How do i control my over excitement during my work?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
Dec
22
reviewed No Action Needed Handle tasks with no specific due date
Dec
21
comment How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
This question is too vague to be answerable. IT could be a help desk or programming or repairing computers or ... Techniques for productivity would vary by the nature of the job. Can you edit your post to add more info?