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Symmetry-Related vs. Duties-Related

Symmetry-Related vs. Duties-Related

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  • The symmetry-related  plan is more symmetrical and gives you a free day every six days. It is easier to follow if you don’t have any other commitments. And it gives you the correct balance between productivity and days off.
  • The duties-related plan suits better creators with a job who can’t set a buffering day during a workday. So to align with their duties, this plan puts a buffering day each Sunday when you have more time to recover.

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