A mindful approach to our work where we devote out entire attention to a task is much more efficient. Plus. the end product will be better.
When I have tasks that need done, especially larger ones such as brief writing, I often will use the Pomodoro method. I don't profess to be an expert on the technique, but essentially, you devote all of your energy and thoughts on your task for 25 minutes, then take a 5 minute break. Repeat. Take a longer break every 4 rounds.
Yes, it is deceptively simple. Yet, if you take it seriously, those 25 minutes can result in a lot being accomplished.
This is where Pomodroido comes in. Pomodroido, like the method it is named for, is a deceptively simple app. It measures out your Pomodoro sessions and acts as your timer for both the 25 and 5 minute period as well as your long break. It even has the Kitchen timer sound that you can have on if you find that noise helpful, which I do.
So, if you want the Pomodoro method without the red tomato kitchen timer, give Pomodroido a try.