Recently I noticed that I have a bad habit.
I will go through a Pomodoro which includes a lot of research or interacting with multiple web tools. These all end up becoming tabs in Chrome. After three or four Pomodori, I can’t find anything because I have too many tabs open. This causes frustration and creates multi-tasking situations, even when I’m focusing.
The tabs actual create visual clutter despite my attempts to find clarity.
So, today I instituted a rule … when I’m done with a tab – I close it.
That’s it. It’s pretty much that simple.
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