My POMODORO experience
Pomodoro is a simple technique to deal with procrastination. For this technique, you need to focus on your work for 25 minutes and then you give yourself a reward of anything pleasurable for a couple of minutes. The reward can be a meal, watching TV or anything that you like. After the reward, you again resume your work and focus on it for the next 25 minutes you have to. Repeat this four times then you can take a longer break of 15–20 minutes
I applied promodoro technique when I was working on my assignment it was quite lengthy and boring I finished that in 30 mints burst with only session .It was not difficult for me with the help of this technique I accomplish more than ever and my work was qualitative Then the next day I decided to apply this technique to a hard task my Internship Report
Using the pomodoro technique you can more accurately estimate how long it will take you to complete tasks. When i use the pomodoro technique, I lose the feeling of fighting against time.
There are a few reasons for this
- I felt i became a pro at managing expectations and setting deadlines.
- Because my Time was broken into 25-minute chunks, so I tend to focus only on the present pomodoro session.
- I feel less stressed because I cannot multi-task nor let interruptions take my attention.
I merged my work task and personal tasks throughout the day
Because I was able to get so much work done in each Pomodoro, I was able to blend my work and personal tasks throughout the day to mix it up and give back some variety. I realize this isn’t an option available to everyone but if it is, I would definitely recommend it as it means you keep your energy consistent throughout the day.
I actually ended up really liking this method and it’s probably something I’ll continue to implement when I want to kick my productivity up a notch.
At first, working in such small increments felt unnatural. There were quite a few times especially in the beginning when I was tempted to ignore the timer and continue working. But, I forced myself to stick to the format.
After some time, the technique started to really gel with me. I was focused and insanely productive during my work time, as I was eager to get as much completed during that 25-minute interval as I could. I didn’t find myself mindlessly scrolling through Facebook or getting sucked on Instagram posts I noticed that I was totally zoned in on the one project at hand.
Because I was forced to get up and give myself a rest from staring at my laptop screen, I found that I actually did feel better at the end of each day. Not only did I feel like I had put in an honest day’s work, but I also felt less stressed, blurry-eyed, and less cramped up.
I will keep sticking to this technique I will install a timer in my phone to improve the whole experience.