Since it's the weekend, let's go with a just-for-fun time-saving tip. And when we talk fun, one of my favorite fun activities is reading. I love to read, and have for as long as I can remember. I was the kid who got caught reading under the covers with a flashlight well past … [Read more...] about Save time reading (+ top 3 reading apps)
Yesterday we created a to-do list. Today, I'm advocating that you should NOT put everything you need to do on a to do list. What? Yes, you heard me right. Save time and increase brain space by not writing it all down. Many time management and productivity … [Read more...] about Don’t put everything you need to do on your to-do list
Welcome to 31 Days of Timesaving Tools, Tips & Templates! Today, we're going to focus on the ubiquitous To Do List. At it’s best, a to-do list saves time by focusing your efforts, ensuring that you don’t need to re-do key tasks, run additional errands or miss … [Read more...] about What’s the best way to capture a to-do list?
I am the queen of not doing something if I don’t think I can excel or finish well. This includes a broad spectrum of activities: high school calculus (yes, really), exercising, reading a good book, having friends over, work and business ventures, and activities with my husband … [Read more...] about Embracing partial solutions
We had a long list of things to accomplish this weekend. Charles and I each had work-work, we also had house work, and vehicle maintenance, and birthday celebrations and a sick toddler…and…you know how it goes. Many of the things on our list were good things, but we both faced … [Read more...] about Challenge: How accurate are your time estimates?