I have just created the perfect cup of coffee. With help from the Aerobie AeroPress and lots of experimenting with various aspects of homebrewing, I have now created my own perfect recipe which I would like to share with you.
This recipe uses the reverse AeroPress method with the AeroPress set to the 3rd water-level when placed upside-down.
I just arrived back at the office after a quick walk down to a shop to buy some plants. Having these around in the office makes the environment feel a lot better. If you have not done it already, you should adopt some plants too! I really recommend it 🙂
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Are you using too much time procrastinating? Do you want to use your time in a more efficient way? Stop wasting time and start using The Pomodoro Technique!
In this post you can read about The Pomodoro Technique and how you can implement it it your daily life. The basic principles of the technique is quite simple, and it is very easy to get started. After reading this, I encourage you to try out the technique yourself and write a comment with your experience. Lets get started. First I have written a list with the basic workflow of a Pomodoro followed by a short review of an application you can use to track time and tasks, and at last, references to more information on the subject.
I encourage you to try out the technique and write a comment below when you have finished reading this article.
Basic workflow of a Pomodoro in 5 simple steps
Choose a task you will work on.
Start your Pomodoro timer to countdown from 25 minutes.
Focus on your work and keep working until the Pomodoro timer rings, and mark the pomodoro for your task as done
Take a well deserved 5 minutes break.
Every 4 Pomodoro, take a 30 minutes break.
Pomodairo – Working with The Pomodoro Technique
Pomodairo is a fine piece of software I recently discovered. It is based on Adobe AIR, and runs perfectly on my Ubuntu desktop.
The application includes the timer, and a task list. It also has functionality to record and track unplanned actions and interruptions throughout your day. It also has other features like statistics for pomodoros and interruptions, and an experimental twitter integration.
With this piece of software, you should be up and running with The Pomodoro Technique in a short amount of time.