Be Honest Warriors - how much time do you spend each day on the forum?

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I realize this is a tight knit community. I also realize that forums can be addicting.

Forums can make you (by gaining knowledge and networking with other webmasters) or the forums can break you (wasting too much time reading posts they have no business reading, spending hours on end as they tell themselves they are "networking"

So fellow warriors, I ask you... How much time to you spend each day on the forum?

Keep fighting the good fight!
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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    Off and on 24/7

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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by George Wright View Post

      Off and on 24/7
      Same here, pretty much, but I multitask it with research and writing.
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      • Profile picture of the author chtfld
        Been reading for the last few weeks (and posting for a few days) and find that it gets me motivated if I spend a while on in the morning and then at night before I nod off - have to make sure I don't spend too much time reading or I start to get distracted (too much good stuff to read - and way too many ideas coming in for me to process some times).
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    • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
      Originally Posted by George Wright View Post

      Off and on 24/7

      George Wright
      Same..

      But this is while I do squidoo lenses
      Ad posting
      Article Writing For Blogs
      Promotions

      During the day I open up to 20 sites in my browser but the tab for WF forum always stays there..It's like a sticky..

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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    At least an hour a day, although I go through phases. When its time to work, I log off and I dont return until its done.

    Right now I should be doing my tax, but that sucks and this is more fun
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    • Profile picture of the author heatwave13
      The total time for me is probably about 1 hour per day spread out over the day.
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      • Profile picture of the author swilliams09
        This is actually my first post. I've been lurking for the last two days trying to learn the lay of the land and the terminology.
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        • Profile picture of the author Randy Meirndorf
          For me, it depends. I leave it open in a tab at all times and if I have a question while im working, click it and post a thread.

          And I think everyone will agree that sometimes you can get caught up in a thread or 2 and keep coming back all day to follow it.

          Really, it don't matter how much time you spend here, its how you utilize the time while your here.

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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    At a guess I reckon big steve would be a heavy user!

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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      At a guess I reckon big steve would be a heavy user!

      Steven Wagenheim
      Posts Per Day: 13.02
      I don't spend as much time on the forum as I used to.

      My day is pretty much divided between the following activities and hours.

      Work - 2 hours
      Recording Studio - 6 hours
      PC Games - 4 hours
      Forum - Off and on throughout the day about 2 hours of reading and
      posting

      That takes me from 7 AM to about 11 PM on an average day.

      Of course there are days I have to go out either to the doctor or to
      take my daughter to school or work or go shopping or sometimes I'll just
      go out hunting for a new PC game.

      My work day is practically non existent now. A few days a month, I
      might put in a 6 or 8 hour day, but for the most part, I'm semi retired
      now and really enjoying it. I've completed 3 CDs of 16 songs each between
      October and now. I've logged in countless hours between Sim City,
      Combat Mission, Out Of The Park Baseball, Hoyle Card and Board Games,
      Risk, Space Colony, Monopoly and Flight Simulator 2002.

      I also watch a lot more TV than I used to and spend a lot of time
      either on YouTube or Pandora Radio listening to music.

      I find that spending just a couple of hours a day here, I still get to see
      the main threads, answer PMs, find out what's new and even make a few
      posts. I reached 12,000 posts months ago and as you can see I'm not
      even close to 13,000. My posting frequency has dropped like a rock.

      I think there are people who would prefer it that way.

      Having said that, I still love this place. There are people here who I can't
      imagine not having some kind of contact with on a daily basis.

      Even when the day comes that I completely retire (it's not far off) I'm
      still going to come here and try to answer questions and help folks out.

      I guess you'd say this is still kind of my second home.

      I just don't spend as much time there as I used to.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimHardin
    When I first found the forum I use to spend hours reading and learning. There is so much helpful information here. Then I thought to my self I am just reading and learning I have to do more doing or I am not going to get anywhere. I need to start building my blog.

    So I limit my time here. I think there needs to be a balance between working on your business blog and networking and learning new stuff. I think they are all important to a successful business but you need to manage your time correctly to be successful
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    • Profile picture of the author diggy20
      I'm relatively new here too. But I keep WF open all day while I'm working and post when I am bored.
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  • Profile picture of the author freddy smith
    before this, i spend quite a lots of time, i like to view WSO to find some program that can make me fast money, but pass 3 day i interested to buy some product endorsed by on of powerful marketer. and yesterday i buy it.

    right now, i stop enter forum too often and begin with that course plan . i know the product i bought is very good, so no need to often enter the forum
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
    Originally Posted by Netpiddler View Post

    I realize this is a tight knit community. I also realize that forums can be addicting.

    Forums can make you (by gaining knowledge and networking with other webmasters) or the forums can break you (wasting too much time reading posts they have no business reading, spending hours on end as they tell themselves they are "networking"

    So fellow warriors, I ask you... How much time to you spend each day on the forum?

    Keep fighting the good fight!
    Hi my name is Michael Mayo and I am addicted to the Warrior Forum.

    I looked and looked for a WA site to break me from the habit with no luck.

    Then I purchased the domain name WarriorsAnonymous.com although with out
    anyone there I slipped back into the WF and never did anything with the site.

    After that I joined AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and they said that there
    was nothing they could do for me...

    Now I just hang out here hoping that other Warriors will drop food crumbs
    so that I can feed my family.

    I have to go now there is another thread that I need to post in. Bye now!

    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
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    • Originally Posted by Michael Mayo View Post

      Hi my name is Michael Mayo and I am addicted to the Warrior Forum.

      I looked and looked for a WA site to break me from the habit with no luck.

      The I purchased the domain name WarriorsAnonymous.com although with out
      anyone there I slipped back into the WF and never did anything with the site.

      After that I joined AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and they said that there
      was nothing they could do for me...

      Now I just hang out here hoping that other Warriors will drop food crumbs
      so that I can feed my family.

      I have to go now there is another thread that I need to post in. Bye now!

      Have a Great Day!
      Michael

      If I put a thread up, you promise to post on it?
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    • Profile picture of the author mayapearl
      Originally Posted by Michael Mayo View Post

      Hi my name is Michael Mayo and I am addicted to the Warrior Forum.

      I looked and looked for a WA site to break me from the habit with no luck.

      Then I purchased the domain name WarriorsAnonymous.com although with out
      anyone there I slipped back into the WF and never did anything with the site.

      After that I joined AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and they said that there
      was nothing they could do for me...

      Now I just hang out here hoping that other Warriors will drop food crumbs
      so that I can feed my family.

      I have to go now there is another thread that I need to post in. Bye now!

      Have a Great Day!
      Michael
      Hi Michael,
      you cracked me up, thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author mavischan
    For everyweek i spend abt 5 days in warrior forum and for each day i spend at least 2 hours in posting threads in forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rudolph McDonald
    I spend 5 days a week here at WF and 8 hrs/day, so a total of 40 hours a week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tracey_Meagher
    Regularly in the morning 7am to 9am and then on and off during the day. I guess up to fours hours a day reading and posting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kyle Tully
    Too much

    I tend to stop by in-between blocks of work, or after I've done my work for the day. Or whenever I'm procrastinating.

    As long as you're disciplined about getting your actual work done first then time spent in the forum is generally a positive thing.

    I've learned a ton from the forum and met a bunch of awesome people here who have gone on to become affiliate partners, supporters, and more importantly... friends.
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  • Profile picture of the author biggus
    About ten minutes!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Anderson
    max. an hour a day.
    but the other forums are no good.
    totally boring.
    what i really need is a tool that refreshes my page every thirty seconds.
    AND reads the new posts out aloud.
    music as an extra would be nice.

    thank you father christmas.
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  • Profile picture of the author Free PLR
    I hear you. I was just about to put up a post "Any Cure For The Warrior Forum" when I saw your post. It really can be extremely addictive if you are not strict about limiting your time on it.

    I may not look at the forum for weeks on end but when I do come back I spend hours at a time when I should be doing other things. Trouble is that the Warrior Forum is so good. There is so much going on and so many good people willing to help each other.

    Forget about buying courses. Almost everything about everything is probably already on the forum.

    Joe
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    • Profile picture of the author mayapearl
      Originally Posted by Free PLR View Post


      Forget about buying courses. Almost everything about everything is probably already on the forum.

      Joe
      Hi Joe, so agree with you
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr McDonald
    Normally an hr in morning and an hr at night, however we all know you can get dragged right into the forum and spend hrs woops so much to do...
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  • Profile picture of the author Pokerlover
    Well, as for me, an hour daily is the least.. I go to school at night and rest right after I reach home so I don't spend much in front of the computer at night..
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  • Profile picture of the author mayapearl
    Originally Posted by Netpiddler View Post

    I realize this is a tight knit community. I also realize that forums can be addicting.

    Forums can make you (by gaining knowledge and networking with other

    Keep fighting the good fight!
    Hi Netpiddler,
    I am relatively new to the whole forum thingy, but I have learned so much already from other warriors that I can honestly say I wish I could spend more time posting questions and checking out what others are saying.
    Also some posts are worth a chuckle or two
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    • Profile picture of the author RichGal
      When I started reading it all here, I used to spend days and nights. LOTS of time. Now I try to limit it to a couple of hours per day.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Essi
      Good question.

      As I mentioned in one of my other posts, I stoped being a lurker and decided to really roll my sleeves up and see how I could contribute....seeing that I was doing nothing but taking.

      Anyway, I have since developped a habit where I just sort of leave the warrior forum open on one screen (I have a double monitor setup) while I do my other stuff, and from time to time, I check in and read some more, and occasionally, I post. But as whole, I probably spend about 2 1/2 hours a day on the forum.

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  • Profile picture of the author Aljiro
    I think i need an action plan. I spend at least 6 hours a day in WF.
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  • Profile picture of the author livewellfinancial
    It depends, if I am not busy I have more time to participate in forum..
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  • Profile picture of the author nick1123
    The amount of time I spend really depends on if I have a question that needs answering or if I'm just surfing.

    If I have a question then I will spend a lot of time reading through your responses and asking follow-up questions to make sure I understand.

    However if I'm surfing I tried a limit that to just a few minutes a day. This forum has a way of sucking time away from me.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheDebtEliminator
    I am on the forum on a average of 1-hour per day.

    It can be all at once or 10-minutes at a time

    It is very informative and you can make friends with others

    Always positive for me
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  • I keep a tab open in my browser, so all day, technically. Probably check in every couple hours. Maybe an hour a day total.
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  • Profile picture of the author ADAMw3
    Whenever I need a break from the daily action... probably 1 hour a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Ayres
    only time i am not on here is when i am asleep or out without internet access
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  • Profile picture of the author mojuu
    About 15-30 mins a day.. more if I get into an intersting discussion
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  • Profile picture of the author apple87jane
    every day and for 2 hours plus. Lots of information and knowledge gain here. Thanks to the forum creator.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amy Bass
    I probably spend about 10 minutes here a day. I usually have quite an extensive to-do list to finish up each day so don't have too much extra time for reading, but sometimes it is nice to take a break and read a few posts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Shain
      Now that there is a whole lotta replies - thank you!

      Now stop wasting time reading this thread and get back to work...
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  • Profile picture of the author catherine ford
    I tend to research a theme each week. For instance this week it is CPA. I type in CPA in the Google search and then I read all the threads and copy and paste and that way I get a clear idea of what CPA offers are. It is an area at the moment I want ot branch into, it makes no sense to purchase an expensive course when with a little detective work I can find what I want right here under my nose.

    Soooooooo I may spend about ten hours a week reseaching and reading copying and pasting, however I do not regard that as wasted. I spend maybe anotehr fifteen minutes reading the headlines of threads and posting
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  • Profile picture of the author Whosyou
    "My day is pretty much divided between the following activities and hours.

    Work - 2 hours
    Recording Studio - 6 hours
    PC Games - 4 hours

    Forum - Off and on throughout the day about 2 hours of reading and
    posting"

    Steve you are fast becoming my Idol!

    Any chance of hearing some of your music?
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  • Profile picture of the author majidmaskat
    Me honestly am on the warrior forum 24/hrs when i start my day at quite late 15.00 and do my internet business nonsense marketing etc etc, i always have these three tabs open at all times, twitter, warrior forum and yahoo mail, when i do marketing i every 5-10-15 whatever minutes i use to participate in the three tabs so there you go
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Shain
      Yeah I think you are on the board as often as I am these days...
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      • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
        it depends..between 1-2 hours a day...sometimes less, depending on the projects I have going on.
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      • Profile picture of the author charlie88
        MMM...not too much time i spend on the forum really, only some minutes daily...
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    I was at a local Warrior Forum Meeting yesterday (2nd one, hard 9 people there including 5 warriors, was exciting) and I am addicted.

    My Name is Mukul Verma and I am Warrior-holic
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  • Profile picture of the author Josef_Benjamin
    I have a few projects and money -making ventures that keep me focused on
    my businesses and work.

    Only when I' need a break from work (creating or editing videos, creating a squeeze
    page, creating pdf, making money on ebay) that I come on here.

    Also, I stop in for about 20 or so minutes to see and read a bit (for motivation) before
    I tackle the list of goals I have written down for the day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
    I used to be on the forum about 12-16 hours a day, studying everything I could about internet marketing. I finally decided to get focused on only one area of IM and learned to overlook the rest. I know. It's hard to keep wondering eyes, in check, but for me... it was worth it.. Now, I come to the forum only to provide a helpful tip or to see what's going on, which I would say is a total of about 3 hours a week. Now, my focus is strictly on taking action and making money.
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  • Profile picture of the author kimothy777
    I spend up to 30 minutes a day
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    Just here to learn and contribute

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  • Profile picture of the author greff
    Sometimes I leave for weeks. Then I come back 7 days in a row. Hard to tell how much time. I'd guess an hour a week on average.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimerson Farveez
    about 5-6 hours per day
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    1hour forums 1 hour safelists 1 hour ppc 1 hour seo
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
    I didn't spend loads of time on it before but now I am addicted to it. I really don't know why buy I spend about 4-5 hours on this forum everyday.

    Today I have spent 6 hours on this forum (8:00pm to 2:00am).

    I don't think I am wasting my time. All of this time spent here is getting me traffic to my blog so I am happy with it.

    Plus I am getting lots of knowledge in the process
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  • Profile picture of the author victorkimba
    Hi this is my first post, but I had guess form for 2 months spy this forum.
    When I have free time I enter the forum about 1 hour per day. Oh dam this is very adictive.
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    • Profile picture of the author sahi
      I spend around 2 to 3 hours daily on the forum, and rest of the time I spend in taking action because in my view forum addiction or paralysis can occur by spending way too much time on a forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author stewjames
    im very outspoken, i like to talk/write/blog. 24/7 on and off i guess. its my way of releasing ideas that i cant express with regular conversation, with colleagues or with people you are with face to face.
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  • Profile picture of the author wisecrone333
    My time on WF is my treat when I have done the things I should do - create more material, get some advertising done and work on my next "Big" project - I liken it to sitting in the park with a cuppa and enjoying the sun - hey doesn't this place have it all? Friends, good topics of conversation and open 24/7 - although I haven't been a member for very long I know I get titchy if I miss a day so at the minimum an hour a day, usually longer
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    • Profile picture of the author mayapearl
      Originally Posted by wisecrone333 View Post

      My time on WF is my treat when I have done the things I should do - create more material, get some advertising done and work on my next "Big" project - I liken it to sitting in the park with a cuppa and enjoying the sun - hey doesn't this place have it all? Friends, good topics of conversation and open 24/7 - although I haven't been a member for very long I know I get titchy if I miss a day so at the minimum an hour a day, usually longer
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      Hi Wisecrone,
      don't you wish they'd serve coffee?
      Then again, I would never leave!
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  • Profile picture of the author megashape
    I try to spend as little time as possible on forums, blogs, etc.
    So if I'd divide it by percentage, that'd be 80% of my time I'm working - 20% reading.
    And in this industry I've noticed that this is actually rarely seen.
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    • Profile picture of the author ErikSaether
      I try to limit my time here to 40-45 minutes max per day. Of course, when I find interesting threads (happens quite often on this forum) it's hard to stick to the limits.

      I'm getting better at it, though. Now I only spend my forum time here. Earlier I was a forum addict, reading almost everything on 6 different forums almost every day. Obviously I didn't get much work done back then...
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Lets start a WA (Warriors Anonymous) club and every Friday we DONT meet.

    We can either all come to Warrior Forum and talk about how addictive this place is
    OR
    We can call Friday our WA meeting and no WF that day, I know its sad
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Moore
    I definately need to spend more time!
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  • Profile picture of the author Pete Grantaire
    I've been spending around 3 or 4 hours each day going through past threads and soaking up knowledge, but I'm new to internet marketing (and the forum) so I see this as a something of a crash course. As far as education goes, you really can't beat the price.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
      For me, sometimes 10 minutes or less. Sometimes well over an hour.

      I think it depends on whether or not posts are of interest to the Warrior at a specific point in time. If they are of interest the Warrior will stay and contribute, if not the Warrior will go elsewhere.

      I'm not sure that posting to forums for half your day is a good idea though (I've seen some posts on the thread that allude to this), unless a lot of the time spent and the posts are focused directly on getting sales or contacts.

      Otherwise - the time would be better spent developing and improving the business. Or building one!

      Just my thoughts,

      Jeff Henshaw.
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  • Profile picture of the author Karen Connell
    WF is my reward when I've finished a project.

    Coffee and a good old read. I call it research!

    But, I am a bit more disciplined than I used to be - I only allow myself 15 minutes and then it's back to work.

    However, I do check back regularly throughout the day as some of my clients prefer to contact me via PM.



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  • Profile picture of the author FriendlyRob
    I try not to spend any more time than I have to. Perhaps about 15-20 minutes per session with about 2-3 sessions per day.
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  • Profile picture of the author ethics
    A few minutes per day on average.

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