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  1. ppsad
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    ''time blocking'' needs clarification

    Hi there!

    Can anyone tell me the meaning of [time blocking] in the following context?

    ''Use time blocking to commit chunks of time for important activities related to your current goals and projects.
    I greatly appreciate your help.
    Cheers,
    Pedro

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    Reserve periods of time for an activity and don't allow interruptions.

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