The time I started the project

So, it is a long story of short work. That “work” is called modeling. I have to design a water bowl for my client’s dog. The bowl has to be automatic and it should be able to stand the dog beating and it has to efficiently perform its function. The work required at least 3 hours of work. So, I set up the timer of 25 minutes and started working on it. And then start working. My plan was to work for 3 hours and complete it. So, for the first 25 minutes my output was good and there was no distraction. But then came the hard part. I rested for 4–5 minutes and then started working. The problem here was that the break was on the computer i.e., I watched a quick video. So, I worked for 25 minutes but the efficiency was much lower. This is because I was not fresh at that second spell but was drained. Then I took at least 15 minutes break and then worked for another 30 minutes and this was good. I was almost at the end of my work so I continued for another 20 minutes or so with the break and It works out just fine. So, when you are nearing the end you can skip some breaks. The total time taken was almost 2 hours and work done was good. I am definitely going to use this technique in the future. As this provide with the mindset where you in your own mind create a kind of milestones.

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