The Burden of Multitasking

Task Switching Reduces Efficiency and Raises Fatigue

Synthia S.
Dec 18, 2020 · 4 min read
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Photo by Alva Pratt on Unsplash — It’s okay to sometimes multitask, but not all the time.
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Photo by Marek Rucinski on Unsplash — We just need a break every now and then.

Optimizing Our Time With Matrices

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Image created by the author on the design website Canva

Your Brain is Like an Air-Traffic Control Centre

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Photo by Mael BALLAND on Unsplash

Preoccupy Negative Thoughts

A psychology, neurosience, mental health, and human resources writing space.

Synthia S.

Written by

Canadian Writer & Researcher | Aspiring Therapist | Crisis Responder | Writing about mental health, psychology, etc. https://linktr.ee/SynthiaS

Preoccupy Negative Thoughts

A psychology, neuroscience, mental health, and human resources writing space.

Synthia S.

Written by

Canadian Writer & Researcher | Aspiring Therapist | Crisis Responder | Writing about mental health, psychology, etc. https://linktr.ee/SynthiaS

Preoccupy Negative Thoughts

A psychology, neuroscience, mental health, and human resources writing space.

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