Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· iamreliq

Personal Scheduling

Hello fellow writers,

We all are coders and we all want to make a significant contribution to our wonderful world of rapidly growing technology.

But can we achieve this off the bat?

Often times we dive into coding and get so submerged that we forget about the people around us and even our basic everyday needs. Needs such as food, subsistence, protection, affection, understanding, participation, leisure, and freedom.

Some of these might sound weird, I know, but think about it. How many times has this happened to you? How many times have you worked on a project until you are too tired, or hungry to get up and do anything else?

The silly fact is this; this has happened to all of us at least once. We should not allow this to happen.

We can minimize such occurrences by employing simple personal scheduling practices. Here is one key tip:

-1- Set limits for ourselves and try our best to adhere to them. i.e. start time, stop time, break time, lunch time and recreation time

If we start employing personal scheduling practices we will find that we become more productive, interactive and overall healthier beings.

Just a little tip