“Stacking your life and multitasking differ in how you approach meeting your various needs. Multitasking involves trying to accomplish many discreet tasks at once. Stacking your life involves the search for fewer tasks that meet multiple needs, which often requires that you’re clear on what your needs actually are. Once you identify your needs and which tasks best serve you, you can attend to, pay attention to, get involved in, and focus upon a single task at hand that serves multiple obligations. Pretty sweet, right?”
Katy Bowman

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Katy Bowman

Biomechanist and author of books on natural movement and adaptation to movement.