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I can't say I'm the best one to talk to about finding a balance these days, but it helps to think about the positive impact that not coding has on my coding. That way I don't feel like it's a tradeoff I'm trying to make. Anything that can effectively take my mind of code that isn't independently destructive is a positive thing for the coding part, so it's easier to engage in that activity.

Time isn't so much a constraint as energy. You get more done in one hour of peak energy and focus than you do with five sluggish hours. Do things to recharge the tank.

 

Exactly, I can relate to this. I find that giving myself breaks from coding actually rejuvenates my mind and I'm fresh when I start back up again.

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