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Nov
17
comment Single email or multiple emails for personal, work and recurring notifications
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Your question, as it is phrased now, is rather subjective. It would be better if you rewrite your question and ask about research or proven best practices for handling emailacounts
Nov
17
reviewed Close Single email or multiple emails for personal, work and recurring notifications
Nov
17
reviewed Reject How do you act confident?
Nov
13
revised How to manage exams and an internship
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Nov
13
answered How to manage exams and an internship
Nov
13
revised Feel sleepy in the morning for a few hours after I wake up.How to fix it?
fixed typo and clarified meaning
Nov
13
answered Feel sleepy in the morning for a few hours after I wake up.How to fix it?
Nov
12
reviewed No Action Needed GTD App that syncs locally
Nov
6
reviewed No Action Needed How to stop watching movies?
Nov
6
reviewed No Action Needed How can I get myself to go to sleep when I know I should?
Nov
6
reviewed Approve How to stop watching movies?
Nov
2
reviewed Close Something is missing, which I can't point it at, to achieve a goal
Oct
26
comment How do you manage (as in: with what software) recurring tasks (a.k.a. To-Do list items)?
Google does have Google Tasks
Oct
26
reviewed Reviewed I have trouble motivating myself to read programming books
Oct
24
comment How to remember correct solution to (academic) mistakes? Learning techniques
@DarrenLanigan you can use an electronic calendar and schedule alarms at the desired intervals. However, it's been my experience that after I month I've generally lost interest in the subject and stop repeating it.
Oct
24
revised How to remember correct solution to (academic) mistakes? Learning techniques
fixed typo
Oct
24
answered How to remember correct solution to (academic) mistakes? Learning techniques
Oct
24
revised How to remember correct solution to (academic) mistakes? Learning techniques
improved title to make it less subjective, added learning tag, improved question layout
Oct
24
reviewed Leave Open How to remember correct solution to (academic) mistakes? Learning techniques
Oct
20
comment How to “do it now”?
Possible duplicate of 'Techniques to stop procastination' or 'Putting limits on one's time online' or 'How to avoid procrastinating on the Stack Exchange network?. Please check out those questions and answers and see if they provide the answer you are looking for. If not please explain here why they didn't help.