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Have you read David Allen's Getting Things Done (affiliate link)? Many tout it as one of the best organization systems out there. I love the idea behind it, but the complexity of his systems overwhelms me. I know that I would only follow through with his suggestions for a week, … [Read more...] about What is the best (digital) organization system?
We live in a super connected world, but you already knew that. I don't know that my children know what a landline is. We're working through the difference between speakerphone and Facetime. At the risk of sounding really old - back in my day, call waiting was a really big … [Read more...] about 8+ of my favorite tools for communication
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