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 Can the stand up self-learning style with whiteboard maintain the identical academic performance and improve health
I think you should rephrase your question into something like this "Research seems to suggest that studying standing-up and using a whiteboard is much more healthy and effective than sitting down. Is this true? Are there any disadvantages to standing?" Then add the references as background information to the question.
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
20
comment Difficult decision between internship and study abroad
Welcome to Personal Productivity. Please note that this is an Q&A site for objectively answerable questions. Your question is rather subjective and as such will most likely solicit debate.
Nov
20
comment Can the stand up self-learning style with whiteboard maintain the identical academic performance and improve health
It's perfectly ok to answer your own question, but you have to post a question first!
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.
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
comment How to change my negative thoughts into positive ones?
I don't think you should rely on advice from complete strangers on the internet about such big personal problems. Even with this description of your problems we hardly know you and your situation. I think it would be best to discuss your problems with close friends or family members you trust and ask them for advice.
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
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.
Oct
20
comment How can I improve reading speed and comprehension?
Welcome to Personal Productivity. Please note that this site requires you to mention any affiliation to recommended products.
Oct
13
comment Self-hosted Evernote alternative?
Also note that this site requires people to mention affiliation with products and services.
Sep
19
comment Meaning of working hard
Yes, you will most likely need to work hard to achieve that, both in terms of long hours and working with full effort (as Juha Untinen describes in his answer below). But hard work will not be a guarantee for success.
Sep
18
comment Meaning of working hard
Welcome to Personal Productivity! I appreciate your question, but it is rather subjective. It's very questionable if working hard always leads to success. Also, how do you define success? It it being rich, is it being happy, is it becoming famous?
Sep
13
comment journey of work
Welcome to Personal Productivity! I agree with your answer that anxiety is a possible cause, but could you elaborate on it? What makes you think this is the problem and not something else? How would mindfulness help?
Sep
12
comment what is the effect of communication on productivity
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Communicating with people plays an important role in many different situations (work, at home, driving). Also, there are many forms of communication (talking, email, body language, etc.). As it is your question is way too broad to be answerable here. I suggest you narrow it done and focus on 1 specific setting.