A challenge to end the endless clicking and refreshing

I’ve made a rash decision I’ll probably hate tomorrow, but I’ve decided to give up infotainment for a while—indefinitely would be better. I’ll accept the rest of this month and February as a compromise. To say I spend too much time clicking and refreshing is minimizing the amount of clicking and refreshing of web pagesContinue reading “A challenge to end the endless clicking and refreshing”

Failed experiment: site blocking software to fight distractions

Maybe I should give it more time, but I’m not going to. I’m calling this experiment done. Here are a few of the reasons I think this one failed. I spent a lot of time trying to tweak the block sets, but nothing I came up with fit my work patterns It pushed me towardContinue reading “Failed experiment: site blocking software to fight distractions”

Distracted today by an anti-distraction add-on for my browser

This morning I installed Leechblock, an anti-distraction, anti-procrastination site blocker add-on for my web browser. So far, I really like it, even though I lost edits to this post TWICE because I couldn’t stick to the time limits I set for myself and got blocked before I saved my edits. Totally my fault, because IContinue reading “Distracted today by an anti-distraction add-on for my browser”