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Dec
6
comment How shall I study now…?
I agree with user1013159. You definitely need to get more sleep. If you don't sleep for at least 7 hours your performance will go down. Also, I think some of the tips I gave in this answer will help.
Dec
6
reviewed No Action Needed problems with programming
Dec
6
reviewed Reject Pollen or hay fever season and personal productivity
Dec
4
reviewed Approve How to avoid forgetting personal belongings and simple things
Dec
4
reviewed Reviewed How to handle planning delays and get back on track again?
Dec
4
comment How to handle planning delays and get back on track again?
Welcome to Personal Productivity. Could you please elaborate? How exactly do you use Trello to get back on track?
Dec
4
revised How to handle planning delays and get back on track again?
fixed grammar and spelling
Dec
4
revised How to handle planning delays and get back on track again?
fixed grammar and spelling, improved question title
Dec
2
reviewed Close Working with Kanban and daily and repetitious tasks
Dec
2
reviewed Reject How do you act confident?
Nov
28
reviewed No Action Needed How to stop watching movies?
Nov
26
reviewed Approve How to develop interest in something that do not attract me?
Nov
23
reviewed Reviewed How to learn a lot of foreign language vocabulary rapidly?
Nov
21
reviewed Leave Open How to learn a lot of foreign language vocabulary rapidly?
Nov
20
comment How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
I think you need equipment to track your sleeping cycles (the periods you have rem sleep and non-rem sleep).
Nov
20
comment How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
The article also mentions that there a no exact guidelines. It depends from person to person and varies with age.
Nov
20
comment How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
Does the second part of my answer on this question (possibility 2) help?
Nov
20
revised Feel sleepy in the morning for a few hours after I wake up.How to fix it?
added part about higher quality of sleep betwen 8pm and midnight, improved question layout
Nov
20
comment Feel sleepy in the morning for a few hours after I wake up.How to fix it?
This article suggest it is a window (8pm to midnight) during which sleep is of a higher quality. But it also says that "your genetic makeup dictates whether you’re more comfortable going to bed earlier or later within that rough 8-to-midnight window".
Nov
19
comment Feel sleepy in the morning for a few hours after I wake up.How to fix it?
Why is the best quality sleep acquired around 23:00? Any references for this?