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  1. Thanks for these tips. I finally tried the Pomodoro method a few months ago and it’s made a huge difference in my productivity.

    I’ve been dragging my feet on Gutenberg but I didn’t realize I could create templates with it to use over and over! I’m going to have to jump in!

    1. A pleasure – so pleased you found it helpful! Definitely worth giving Gutenberg a try. If you have the classic editor, you can set it up so you have the option to pick which editor you choose each time. That’s how I started. All my old posts are still in classic, but I write all my new ones in Gutenberg now. It takes a little longer the first time you use Gutenberg, but after that it’s fine… Good luck with it! Eb x

  2. Hey Eb!

    Love the post! I do like the promodoro technique, and it works. It also makes me feel fresh for a couple of minutes and then get back to writing. Just like any machinery, our brain needs some rest too. Also, setting a time limit to finish the post is a must! I always make sure to write when I’m in the writing mood, and secondly, set aside an hour or 2 to finish the post without any distraction.

    Thanks for writing such a helpful post.
    Arfa

    1. Yay – so happy you found this so helpful! Totally agree about rest – so important for greater productivity. Sounds counter-intuitive, but we work so much better when we take more time off and so our minds are well rested. I always say sleep and time off are two of the most important productivity tools! Eb 🙂

  3. Hi Eb, this was a really helpful post. Have been reading everything on google on this topic and your post is one of the best I’ve found! Thanks a lot for putting it together. I am definitely guilty of trying to fit multiple posts in one and waffling so going to try and address these issues in my next writing session.

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