Today, I am going to talk about a subject that is near and dear to my heart. Toxic Productivity. Most people associate the word “productivity” as positive. After all, it means that you are crushing your to-do list and making the most of your day. But what happens when your
There are a ton of YouTube videos on how great the Logitech MX Keys keyboard is for productivity. You can have one keyboard and it works across multiple devices and can easily move files from one without having to save the documents. Just drag the file from one device to
Hey, it’s Nancy, and welcome to my channel. Today, I am going to tell you the 3 things that drive me insane about the Logitech MX Keys Keyboard. Be sure to stay till the end, as I give you my Top complaint with this keyboard! If you like the video,
Joplin Vs. Obsidian |Updated Review Intro Hey, it is Nancy and welcome to my channel. Today, I am revisiting two of the best note-taking apps – Obsidian vs Joplin. Be sure to stay to the end as I will give you my feedback on which one you should consider. Before
Information is power. The more information you get, the better prepared you are to make decisions and take action. This is why knowledge management is so essential in business. Knowledge management is the process of storing and sharing information effectively to be used to improve productivity and achieve strategic goals.
In 2015 Microsoft acquired the famous and most lovable task management application named “Wunderlist” for a massive 200 Million Dollars. The objective of this acquisition was to establish Microsoft’s name as the best task management application provider. In pursuance of its determined vision, Microsoft finally launched “Microsoft ToDo” in 2017 with features that
For quite some time, Microsoft has been developing a unified Outlook Mail and Calendar platform. The “One Outlook” platform, also known as “Project Monarch,” is still in development. Microsoft is hoping to release One Outlook later this year as a Windows Optional Update. It would, however, be cross-platform, including versions
How many hours do you spend looking at your phone’s screen? Well, the most straightforward answer would be, “a lot”. According to a study, people on average spend 3 hours and 15 minutes on their mobile phones. And in the COVID-19 pandemic, the average screen time increased from 3 hours