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Killing The COVID-19 🐍

Jayesh Tembhekar ⚡ on March 23, 2020

Can you share your daily routine in this quarantine ?

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here in Romania we are "recommended" to work remote if we can, so my routine is:

  • weak up at 7 in the morning,
  • eat smth & and spend some quality time with the family
  • put on some work clothes(as i wold normally do if i went to office)
  • start working (from home) at 8:30
  • take a lunch break from 12:30 - 13:00
  • work until 17:00
  • at 17:00 (sometimes 17:30) i shut down the work laptop
  • free time 17:30 - 23:00
  • go to sleep at 23:00

After doing lots of research on productivity, i found this routine being the most efficient for me
Stay safe

 

That's good!
How big's the family? How old are the kids? Do they not bother you throughout the day?

 

I'm not married yet 😅
but we have 4 members. My parent, sister & me.
We all enjoying this time ❤

 

This is cool. 😀
We here in India, going through a complete lockdown.

Stay Safe & Stay Home bud 🌻

 

I usually work later (so traffic dies down), so I still "work later" when working from home (been doing so for a little over a week).

  • Wake up at 9:00, take a shower to wake up, get on around 9:30/10:00.
  • Work in another room where I relax, setting up my "mobile work station".
  • Get a coffee, something to eat for breakfast (or just coffee if I can't afford the time to eat)
  • Get the dog-o ready for her day :D
  • Work until 1, 2pm for lunch.
  • Work till 6:00-6:30
  • Eat dinner, and get back on to finish things up if needed.
  • Spend free-time doing my side project, time with family, or play some games
  • Sleep around midnight.
 
 

Here is my routine:

  • Wake up at 7:30 am
  • Workout for 30 minutes
  • Read book for 30 minutes ( Currently reading A brief history of time by Stephan Hawking)
  • Have breakfast, get ready till 10 am
  • Work till 1:30 pm
  • Lunch till 2 pm
  • Meetings
  • Solve and learn Snake Cube puzzles
  • Back to work from 3:30 pm
  • Work till 6:30 pm
  • Meditate
  • Spend time with family
 
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