(This means there are approx. 6800 people in Iceland with faster internet than me!)

Most of my after work evenings are spent on relaxing but maybe once or twice a week I do side projects. So you are not alone. But still, being dead tired after work should not be considered a default feeling. I would recommend trying to "optimize" that. For example with shorter workdays if possible, naps, longer sleep, better sleep, mb better food? Etc.


22:00 to 23:30: Me time. This is reserved for side projects, hobbies, watching tv, relaxing, or going to bed early if i want.


My days are usually somewhat like this

08:00 to 10:00: Wake up, breakfast, take care of daughter, play, prepare her for morning nap
10:00 to 12:00: Daughter (hopefully) naps. Time to do home related chores and projects. Or take care of myself (shower, nap, etc).
12:00 to 14:00: Lunch, play with daughter.
14:00 to 18:00: Go to my office. main job
18:00 to 20:00: Dinner. Play with daughter and help with getting her to bed.
20:00 to 22:00: Back to the office for main work.


in my case, very careful time management and I guess "body management" (make sure I get enough sleep, food ,etc).


Ah thanks for the heads up. Sadly my country is not on that list :(

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@switchingsocial@mastodon.at @Jordi_Tell @kezzbracey PocketBook sounds really nice, but I can't really find any information on it being open source? Or did I misunderstand the conversation?

Also, probably hard to acquire in my country (no amazon here, and expensive to import stuff), so that might make it difficult. :/

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