List Creation: To List or Not To List

List Creation: To List or Not To List

So I’ve already told you about my first love, Day Planners. Now I’ll tell you about the other love of my life, To-Do Lists. And no, I don’t have a love triangle drama thing going on between these two loves: they come as a complete package!

While day planners are ah-mazing, to-do lists complement them. And together, they complete me! “What’s so great about them?” you’re probably wondering. Well, for starters, they help you get organized. Everyone start their days–or end it, whatever floats your boat–by making a list.

The Pomodoro Technique: What is it?  Does it work? And should you use it?

The Pomodoro Technique: What is it? Does it work? And should you use it?

September’s here. Halloween’s almost here! All the candies and decorations! But before that, September is a sign of a new school year. This means that there are new things that are going to be added to everyone’s to-do lists: whether it be finishing up an assignment; making lunch for the kids; dropping the kids off to practice. You get the picture.

Rolling out of Bed: 5 Ways to Start Feeling Productive in the Morning

Rolling out of Bed: 5 Ways to Start Feeling Productive in the Morning

August is coming to a close, meaning that it’s the end of summer. It also means that new morning routines have to be formed: students will be starting a new school year, and everyone else who’s been on vacation mode during the summer will also need to re-calibrate their “back-to-business” mode. And part of that re-calibration process is to become a functional member of society the minute you roll out of bed.