I’ve been using Dvorak for about 18 months now and it has been a pleasant experience. I’m actually not sure if I type faster then before, but I do physically move my hands less then I did before which gives a nice feel. I find Qwerty cumbersome in the way I always seemed to have my fingers “trip” over each others. This doesn’t happen with Dvorak.
Life is work, work is tasks.
In your head right now there is probably a list of tasks that you should have done by tomorrow, the end of the week or until your next meeting with a certain person. Not handling these tasks can lead to failure, missed opportunities and a halt in progress. So it’s up to you to make sure that tasks are completed and some tasks are done before others because they are more important.
Sometimes when you are about to commit your changes to Git, you realize that you should have split the changes in a few different commits instead of just one unorganized sloppy commit. Since some files will have overlapping commits, you no choice but to combine all changes into a single commit… Wrong!