The Pomodoro Technique (www.pomodorotechnique.com) is a time-management technique developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The idea is that you work for 25 minutes of focused work, followed by a five-minute rest. Each 25-minute sprint of work is called a Pomodoro. After every four Pomodoros, take a 30-minute break. During the breaks, you can do anything to rest—anything except work. Get up and walk around, use the restroom, get a cup of coffee, do some exercises, meditate, whatever.
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