Posts Tagged ‘productivity’

Make Mornings Work for You

Posted Thursday, September 17th, 2015 by .

Does your alarm clock catch you off guard? Do you find yourself running out the door, late yet again? Do you reach your destination, only to discover that you’ve forgotten something important? Then this blog is for you! Read on to learn how to manage your morning, and make the rest of your day more enjoyable because of it.

Start the Night Before

To make the most of the morning, start planning the night before. There are many things you can do before going to bed to make things go smoothly when you get up. For example, you can plan out what you are going to wear. This will help eliminate all those minutes spent in front of the mirror wondering if you look okay. What about that purse or briefcase? Take a few minutes to go through paperwork prior to bedtime, to make sure everything is in order. Here is your new mantra:


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Office Productivity Improvements from the Top Down

Posted Thursday, August 21st, 2014 by .

Listen up managers, employers or any others who have people working under you. Does your office productivity level have room for improvement? The answer is probably yes. There is almost always room for improvement in office productivity. Now, did you realize that your employees are not solely responsible for work productivity? You probably do, or you wouldn’t be in a position of leadership to begin with. Take a minute to look at a few of these tips to help improve your workplace from the top down. Setting a good example is important, but there is far more to it than that.

To Do List

Your To Do List Never Ends

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Archive Facebook Photos Automatically

Posted Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 by .

Archive Facebook PhotosLet’s be honest. Most of us love it when a friend tags us in a new Facebook photo. The problem is, those photos may not be there forever! As Facebook continues to make changes, old photos get harder to find, and if a user deletes their account, their photos will disappear as well. By archiving every photo you are tagged in, you can keep them all safe, and you can even use a few automated tools to do the work for you. Continue reading “Archive Facebook Photos Automatically” »

Dress Up Your Documents with Better Fonts

Posted Thursday, August 1st, 2013 by .

Fonts

There is a long-standing joke among designers that Comic Sans is the most overused and misused font among Windows users, and is often a default choice when inexperienced users are looking to make a document or flyer a little more “fun”. If you are looking to dress up your documents, letterhead, presentations, flyers, and other creative projects, you don’t just have to settle for the fonts currently installed on your system, and you certainly don’t have to fall prey to the lure of Comic Sans! There are a number of great websites devoted to helping you find great fonts from talented designers. Some are free, and some have a cost, but most of them are a better option than the system fonts available on Windows and Mac computers.

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