The effects of bedtime writing on difficulty falling asleep: A polysomnographic study comparing to-do lists and completed activity lists. – PsycNET

Bedtime worry, including worrying about incomplete future tasks, is a significant contributor to difficulty falling asleep. Previous research showed that writing about one’s worries can help individuals fall asleep. We investigated whether the temporal focus of bedtime writing—writing a to-do list versus journaling about completed activities—affected sleep onset latency. Fifty-seven healthy young adults (18–30) completedContinue reading “The effects of bedtime writing on difficulty falling asleep: A polysomnographic study comparing to-do lists and completed activity lists. – PsycNET”

Microsoft may have found the answer to the “you’re on mute” problem.

A new Microsoft Teams feature may help fix the program. A sound-to-be-released function on Microsoft’s video-calling system will allow users to hold down two buttons (ctrl + spacebar) to temporarily unmute themselves and speak when video conferencing. As soon as the person lets go of the buttons, they will be muted again, making the experience akinContinue reading “Microsoft may have found the answer to the “you’re on mute” problem.”

Analog vs digital to do lists.

I don’t look at it as a versus. I have a different methodology for task and to do management. This article is good for answering these two questions. 1. Where will I dump my to do’s? 2. Where will I place them to find, prioritize and manage what I work on? Start your thinking here.Continue reading “Analog vs digital to do lists.”