One of my rituals in the morning is to write a "Daily", which is basically a small journal entry of what my code and personal development goals are for that day.
The benefit of this to me is that by writing it down, I'm hyper aware of my progress. Every few hours or whenever I fall out of flow I'll go back to the entry and add a comment or two of new libraries I found or lessons learned while debugging something.
I find that it's super therapeutic because it breaks up my day between coding and non coding sessions that are still centered around the project. It also creates a running devlog of everything I do that I can later either clean up as a blog post or just share on Twitter as a list of cool things I found!
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