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Have you ever tried to make a list of your top distractions? Well, I’ve just made mine and here’s what I’ve found.
Christmas holidays are ended and the idea of going back to work has started to creep into the mind of many of us. The thought of sitting down again at the usual desk and fall into the boring routine just does not go down. What to do, then, in order to return to the office with renewed energy and desire to do?
I’m sitting at my usual desk, headphones stuffed in my ears, Spotify is playing new tracks from the Discover section, but I feel weird. I don’t understand why in the last two hours I’ve struggled so hard to put a couple of words together.
It is a well known cliché that developers and “non-conforming-hipsters” working within creative and web design agencies, work around the clock to hit deadlines. These individuals struggle between the desire to travel and work and therefore condense their job in long sessions that usually leads them to lose track of the time used to complete each tasks.