10h
comment Reading long educational books / getting just the relevant information
Welcome to Personal Productivity! I like your second and third question, but your first and fourth question are off-topic here because the first one is subjective and the fourth is a polling question.
2d
comment Choosing the right place for productivity during Chirstmas period?
According to this article at 18 degrees Celsius (65F) you can still have over 95% productivity. However, disappointed loved ones because you are not home at Christmas could have a negative impact.
2d
comment How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Could you please summarize the main points of that article in your own words? That way your answer will remain valuable if the link breaks.
Dec
14
comment How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
Slightly better, but the main problem is that it's still a wall of text, addressing multiple questions which aren't necessarily related. I doubt anyone is going to address all questions here in one answer. You're more likely to get better answers if you seperate the questions over multiple posts.
Dec
13
comment How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
There are many questions here. I would suggest you split them up, focusing each question on one particular problem.
Dec
12
comment Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
I edited and voted to reopen the question
Dec
12
comment What is a way to become good in anything i do?
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Yes, you can improve your learning skills, for example by using mind-mapping, mnemonics or speed-reading to make learning more effective. I suggest you browse through the various tags (e.g. learning and self-learning) and related questions and answers on this site, or alternatively read one of the many books on this topic Note that improving your learning efficiency, doesn't automatically mean you will be good in everything you learn.
Dec
11
comment Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
@RoryAlsop What if the OP explicitly asks about scientific studies on which is more effective?
Dec
10
comment Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
@AlexLeonov I disagree that this is a duplicate of 'One hour a day or 4 continuous hours a week for an activity?', although it is a thin line. This question asks for 'evidence' whereas the other question seems to ask for suggestions/personal experiences. The answers on the other question are not backed up with scientific evidence which would be needed here in my opinion.
Dec
10
comment One hour a day or 4 continuous hours a week for an activity?
A problem with small time intervals is that it can be less effective. It can take time to really mentally focus on the task you started. Some researchers have even found that it takes about 23 minutes to regain focus after a distraction. However, I've also heard that after 40 minutes focus tends to drop, so there probably is an optimum length somewhere in between.
Dec
8
comment Why is most work unpleasant?
Welcome to Personal Productivity. Whether work is pleasant or not is very subjective. You might want to rephrase your question to avoid it being closed as being "too subjective"
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
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?
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
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?
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
Oct
26
comment How to change my negative thoughts into positive ones?
This being said, if asking others for help is not an option, from what you wrote it looks like your husband (or whatever he is) will continue to annoy and pester you which will prevent you from doing what you need to do. It's extremely difficult to change things and be positive and more energetic with someone like that around. You may want to consider leaving first and then trying to arrange an income. But then again, I'm just a by-stander who knows little of your situation.