Stiff shoulders, wrist pain or cramped fingers from too much time at your computer? Here are some ideas I'm trying, to make work less painful.
New year, new resolutions. But where to find time for getting all these new things done? Here are some ideas for freeing up space in your schedule.
I don’t use fancy apps or complex systems to manage my email, because I apply the Marie Kondo method to my inbox: discard the clutter before tidying up.
How I use Asana tags and a saved search to keep stuff I need to chase separate from stuff I need to do.
Lots of people use the GTD method, but everyone I know does it differently. This is my current way of Getting Things Done, using Asana.
If you follow the advice in productivity blogs, you'll soon find you're fitting twice as much work into your average day. But is it the right kind of work?
"Do I need to hustle for work or should I be turning people down?" Cushion is a great app for answering that perennial freelancer question.
Any task that needs to be done repeatably and well offers endless opportunities for screwing things up. Save yourself time and trouble with checklists.
Mailchimp is an amazing email marketing tool - unless you want to give out lots of free downloads. So I've switched to ConvertKit, a new subscription tool designed for bloggers.
My iPad is too old to benefit from Apple's iOS ad blocker. But
I hardly ever see any ads anyway. This is how I avoid them.