re: What having a programmer burnout at age 21 feels like VIEW POST


I like to make sure I make time every week, even maybe a little every single day for just doing "nothing".

By this I mean time that I don't plan except to plan to not do coding or work related stuff; reading a book or newspaper, outside activities, arranging future social activities, so on.

Sometimes (often) I feel guilty that I'm not learning the latest new buzz word tech, that my career might suffer for it, but ultimately I find I'm more relaxed, can focus on things at work better and even that I'm more even tempered.

Having nothing time can seem hard to justify but it's definitely worth it.

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