Lessons in tabs

sad tabs

Or: One Weird Trick to Staying Productive at Work

Only have the tabs open of things you are currently working on. Not what you are about to work on, are meaning to respond to, or would like to get to soon.

Keep them open until you have completed the task. Then, close them, open the next thing, and repeat until happy hour. 🍻

3 responses to “Lessons in tabs”

  1. jeffgolenski Avatar

    Kelly—Happy hour is illegal in Massachusetts. What do I do?!

    1. Kelly Hoffman Avatar

      Never took you for a rule follower, Jeff.

      1. jeffgolenski Avatar

        Shhh. The government is watching, Kell.

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Her language contains elements from Aeolic vernacular and poetic tradition, with traces of epic vocabulary familiar to readers of Homer. She has the ability to judge critically her own ecstasies and grief, and her emotions lose nothing of their force by being recollected in tranquillity.

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