I'm currently preparing for exams which are very important to me. Some days I can work for 6 hours or more without stopping and I get loads done and feel great about it. Unfortunately some days I get up and I can't bear to work.
On bad days, I feel like I can't focus on anything, and no matter how much it stresses me out, my brain just refuses to put any effort in. I have no motivation and just feel like going to sleep or giving up and doing something to waste time.
Generally I find if I work a lot one day the next day is more likely to be a bad day.
Does anyone else have this? How do you prevent this or at least cope with it?
This is a community where people can discuss [the co-operative movement](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90FL_bBE4mw). I personally believe that worker co-operatives especially provide us with a peaceful and gradual way to turn our capitalist society into a socialist one, decreasing inequality significantly by replacing enormous wealth with social ownership.
Learn about the fantastic and beautiful community that has been created by a housing co-operative in the UK. This could be the future of housing for everyone, and this is something that is demonstrably possible *today*. Check out LILAC's website here: http://www.lilac.coop/
Here's a link to the PDF copy, with a short foreword explaining why he's done it and what the exact licence is. I think this a really cool book, I've got the paper copy and really enjoyed it. Hope you guys can too.
Surely there is no way to prevent vote manipulation if you allow votes from any instance to be counted. How does lemmy plan to get lots of vote information to help sort posts on small instances without being vulnerable to manipulation?