I recently asked the readers about their best time-saving tips. I was glad to get many great answers. Now, I’d like to contribute my own thoughts on it. Along with the readers’ answers, I believe these can help you live a more effective life. Without further ado, here are five essential ways to save time.
It has been a while since I wrote about my productivity tools. The last time I wrote about them was in 2010. Things have changed since then, so I think it’s a good time to write about them again. One major change I have made since 2010 is that now I use Mac while at that time I used Windows. Accordingly, some of the apps below are only available on the Mac. I’m sure there is a Windows equivalent for each though. I also use other apps in addition to the ones below, but these are the apps that I consider essential. Without further ado, here are my essential productivity tools (in no particular order):
Note: This post is written by Jane Dizon Waking up is the hardest task of the day. The thought of work, school, or chores, sucks out all your energy. You’re already exhausted just by the thought of it. The idea of procrastinating is likely, and when at home, that’s a formula for those days-when-nothings-gets-done. Fortunately, procrastinating is not a disease. It’s merely a bad habit that can be changed, well, with a good one. To help you start, here are five simple hacks to be productive at home.
Email is essential for most of us. While there are other means of communication (such as instant messaging), email still plays an important role. That’s why you should learn to manage your emails well if you want to be effective. Here I’d like to share with you how I manage my emails. I don’t claim it to be the best way, but I hope it can give you some ideas to improve yours. I will use Gmail as the example (since that’s what I use), but the principles apply to other email services as well. Without further ado, here are my five email management tips:
Note: This is a guest post from Rachael of KitchenCourses.com Eating is a necessity, but cooking doesn’t have to be these days. It’s simple to swing by a drive thru after work to pick up dinner and never really think much about what you’re putting in your body. The truth is that this lifestyle choice isn’t really great for us, and most of us know that. We know we need to make meals that are good for us, but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen when we have a million other things to do each day. Even as someone who loves to cook, I still don’t like to spend hours in the kitchen if I don’t have to. Putting meals together each day doesn’t have to take a ton of time. With a little bit of planning, thoughtful stocking and arrangement of items in your kitchen, a few key ingredients, and some go-to methods, you’ll be able to make meals to be proud of in no time flat. In the spirit of taking baby steps to maintain a healthy lifestyle, here are just a few ways that you can make the most of the time you dedicate to […]