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The Task & The Place

The Task & The Place

Your brain assigns a particular task to a place. For example, bed is for sleeping or scrolling. Couch is for TV or gossips. Kitchen's for eating. It's really uncomfortable to interchange the task & the place. Therefore, decide a particular place for your task. Example, a desk for studying.

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