Are you someone with an overly sedentary lifestyle? Break it by using the planner.

The chairs on the market these days will only entice you to sit in them all day, which only encourages you to sit longer and longer. But is that truly the best for your health?

You might say no. But it's difficult, because today's work tends to force you to sit and work all the time. We ask you to think a little more about whether the result you want is getting the job done. The sooner it's done, the better. But is it really the best way to get the job done?

So what is the best way to get a job done that's healthier and more efficient?

In short, it's being a P.R.E. person; Someone who prepares before work, which P.R.E. consists of:

Priority: Choosing important tasks first, according to Pareto’s 80/20 rule, less is more.

Routine: Having a clear work/rest plan, according to Pomodoro technique 25/5. Concentrating on working time, taking a break before your brain gets tired, changing your posture.
Ergonomic: Being in a comfortable and efficient working condition according to ergonomics, sitting with your back straight, relaxed, unraised shoulders, neck not extended.

The use of a digital planner will complement Priority and Routine in addition to the Ergonomic provided by Enyware seats. By simply following the Pomodoro Technique, a time management technique invented by Francesco Cirillo, this technique has been around for a long time, but still works well to this day. Pomodoro translates to tomato in Italian. The idea came from the tomato-shaped timers used in the kitchen.

This can be done easily, by using a timer and the following steps:

Decide what to do first.

Determine how many minutes per session can be performed. One interval is referred to as 1 Pomodoro. It is generally recommended to use 25 minutes, but you can change the number to your liking.

Set a timer and work with full attention. At that moment, focus on that task. Concentrate until the clock rings

After that, take a break. For a short time of 5 minutes, you may take your time to hydrate yourself or take a coffee break.

Repeat this for 4 Pomodoros, and take 1 long break for 15-30 minutes.

Assuming that one day we have to check our email, respond to questions, come up with projects, analyze products, summarize work, as we normally do. Once we’re finished with this, we move on to the next one. If we were to apply this technique and choose to work in order of importance, it should look something like this.

25 minutes project ideas part 1

5 minutes short break

25 minutes project ideas part 2

5 minutes short break

25 minutes product analysis

5 minutes short break

25 minutes check email, respond to questions

15 minutes long break


25 minutes, summarize work

5 minutes short break

This technique is based on the belief that the brain has to take breaks often. It will keep your brain refreshed and rejuvenated, and having a deadline will allow us to put in more effort to complete it within the time limit. And it increases our motivation to work since each work cycle doesn't take too much time.

To summarize, this technique provides 4 benefits together.

  • Figuring things out is easier when your brain is well-rested and organized.
  • Organizing your work, schedule, and prioritizing tasks.
  • Feeling the small successes every time progress is made.
  • Reducing back and shoulder pain problems as your body gets to rest regularly during the break before feeling fatigued.