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Pomodoro Technique: Chunk It Up!
Work for 25 minutes, then take break for five minutes.
Each 25-minute work period is called a “pomodoro”.
After four “pomodoros” have passed, (100 minutes of work time with 15 minutes of break time) you then take a 15-20 minute break.
Weekly Planning Grid [pdf] (lsu.edu)
1) Pen in due dates, classes and appointments.
2) Block out 2 hours of review and homework per class hour minimum. If you get done in less time, this becomes buffer for other classes.
3) Pencil in tasks so you can erase and move blocks of tasks around. Break tasks up into smaller steps.
4) Reflect and re-allot task times as needed or daily.
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