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What kinds of routines do people often have in their daily lives?
I’d say that people usually have daily routines for various day-to-day activities in the morning and the evening like getting up, having breakfast and leaving home for work or study, things like that. Besides, they tend to follow a certain routine at work like when to start and when to take a break. Again, it really depends on each occupation. Accounting or other clerical jobs might be more monotonous than those in dynamic fields such as marketing, tour operation or event management.
How have daily routines changed compared to 50 years ago?
Unquestionably, there have been massive changes in people’s daily routines over the last decades. In Vietnam, for instance, we were in a brutal war around 50 years ago so people’s routines must have been severely disrupted. And then, technological advancement has completely transformed the way we lead our lives. A prime example of this is that most people in rural areas of Vietnam no longer have to get up from the wee hours and work on the field from dawn to dusk because they now have 9-to-5 jobs in factories or offices.
Do you think routines are important?
Yes, they are. Routines help reduce the need to make decisions each day. It enables people to know exactly what they need to do and how to do it without having to think too much. In other words, they can save time and effort for planning, decision making and preparation. As a result, they might become more efficient at their jobs.
Should employees be allowed to take breaks often?
I believe employees should have the freedom to take as many short breaks as they want, by “short” I mean 5 to 10 minutes. Sitting in one posture at the desk for 3 or 4 hours straight is not good for their health. Also, by leaving their desks, doing some exercise and giving their eyes and brain time to rest, they can increase their productivity and job performance.
– Taking regular breaks will help them make better decisions (by thinking more clearly)
– Breaks spark creative ideas and new solutions
– Taking breaks helps them stay focused over long periods of time
– Breaks can help them retain information in memory (important for studying or rehearsing a speech etc.)
– Taking short breaks every now and then helps people re-focus on their big-picture goals.
Do you think routines make people more creative?
Well, yes and no. Maintaining a routine allows people to focus their mental resources on important work and spend more time and effort on creative or demanding tasks. In this way, a routine might boost their creativity. However, being too loyal to routines is not good for creative thinking. When sticking to set habits and rigid thinking patterns, people tend to do the same things the same ways over and over. As a result, they might become less open to change, innovation and new ideas. So, knowing when to rely on routines and when to break them and seek variety is critical in building a creative and sharp mind, and enjoying a more fulfilling life.
Do you think routines work better for old people or young people?
That’s a tough question. I think old people might value routines more than the young. Old people seem to rely on routines and keep healthier and better habits. Young people, on the other hand, believe they have a long future ahead, so they prefer novel experiences. They embrace change and take risks while older people tend to settle and prefer what has always worked best for them. Another thing is that “with age comes wisdom” so old people might develop more effective routines than children and young adults.
Should children have learning routines?
Yes, I do think so. Children love having fun so without a fixed study timetable, they might just fiddle around and achieve nothing significant. Having routines help them….
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