Theres a couple of daily tasks that I love (1) making lists, (2) getting coffee to create lists and (3) marking things off my lists.
I believe Action Method created a good way to get things done, even if it seems just like colored lists. I wonder why the Clear App is not something that Behance invented, its totally what I should have expected. It feels good getting things done!
There’s also some daily tasks that I dislike (1) waiting in line at the bank, (2) attend meetings and (3) e-mail. The first two are self explanatory but the last one is a little harder to crack.
Google made it easier by eliminating all SPAM that is actually not an attachment from someone else. I can create filter based on the contacts I have on my address book but one of the issues that still persist is the content on the e-mails.
Your priority might no be my priority.
And now comes Mailbox App. Everything that e-mail should be is there! Take a look - having peace of mind that inbox can be zero is a dream come true.
It was love at first sight. I want to get my life back, instead of being run by technology.
We live in an exciting and interesting time — one when some of our most commonly accepted ideas, traditions and principals are being challenged. This past week featured a fascinating read in the Wall Street Journal asking “Are Playgrounds Too Safe?”, making the case that “decades of dumbed-down playgrounds, fueled by fears of litigation, concerns about injury and worrywart helicopter parents, have led to cookie-cutter equipment that offers little thrill.” The result being children less compelled to play outside, potentially stunting emotional and physical development and exacerbating a nationwide epidemic of childhood obesity.