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Avoiding Distracting Websites

There are many tools available that help you block out the rest of the internet while you work, but you can easily reach burnout by not taking breaks.

If you get mentally fatigued, try using the Pomodoro technique. Work for 25 minutes straight, then take a 5-minute break to do whatever you like, including checking out websites and social media. You’ll get a lot more done this way.

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