Taking control of your finances is easier when the rest of your life is in order. If your mind is swamped with worries about work, or home improvement projects, or obligations to friends and family, personal finance can become a low priority. You have other Stuff to worry about.
The Download Squad weblog describes a detailed method for running the recently-released Gmail Mobile on your Pocket PC.
A site OrganizedHome has released a bunch of free template pages for managing different aspects in household. The idea is to print out what you needs, put them into a binder and compose a customize Household Notebook to put your family in order.
In this episode David and I talked about interruptions. How you can minimize the bad interruptions and make the best of the good ones.
The first article I checked out was on how to set up ergonomic computer station. The first thing I had to change was the monitor. I previously had a couple of books placed under the monitor so my eyes would be level to the screen. Wrong.
So I was poking around David Allen’s website looking at the different tools and documents available and I came across the two-minute timer. From what I can tell, it’s a windows app that counts down two minutes, then makes a sound.
You not only want to build the discipline and the skills to focus on any one goal or obstacle that is crossing your path, you also want to use your focus and be able to focus your focus to get things done reliably and repeatedly.
Getting Things Done (GTD) is very popular these days and people are always looking for an easy way to save another minute. With that in mind, I’ve found a simple way to view my Google Calendar in Thunderbird.
I’m one of those who use GTD to try and organize myself. Gliffy lets you publish thumbnail, small, medium or large versions of the drawing, with guidance for use with different blog and website tools.