Week 1 Day 4 — Pomodoro Technique

Today I will be writing a mid-week reflection. So far, I can see why people like the Pomodoro Technique. You get a break every 20–25 minutes and your study session is split into different sessions! On the flip side, I can also see why some people may dislike it. The Pomodoro Technique can get boring at some times compared to other forms of learning such as the Fenyman Notebook method or maybe even hands-on learning. However, if one pushes through the monotony of the Pomodoro Technique, great results will be found, and not only in school. Practicing the Pomodoro Technique can improve your self-discipline, time management skills, and focus, proving it to be a great learning technique for my 100 day project! Thanks and I will see you guys tomorrow!

Sophomore at Hoover High School | Creative writer | Founder of HooverCamp |