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Productivity

3 Tools to Herd in Your Spending & Keep Your Income Stable

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Capture the Content You Value

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Data Driven Gains(z)

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Making data-driven fitness decisions to do less and get more out of your workouts. The tool used is Jefit to track your reps, sets, and rest time and plan custom workouts around the data. Be a student of your body and exercise with purpose and attention to detail.

Discovering how to love reading, to read more and smarter

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I hated reading when I was younger because it seemed like I was being sentenced to read as a punishment or forced to read something of little importance to my interests. As I grew older, I began to understand the importance of reading for personal development, but I still felt that I didn't have enough drive or time to read.

How I Organize and Collect with Wunderlist

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Wunderlist is a simple, aesthetic and easy-to-use task management tool. Here are some uses and examples for better organizing your personal and work tasks. Keeping my life better organized has been one of the major stress prevention and reduction habits I've built, besides going to the gym consistently.

Keeping your personal development on track

8 min read

Mobile devices are a great tool to keep track of your personal development."What gets measured gets managed." Peter Drucker. A collection of some of the best apps to keep track of your personal development including habits, productivity, fitness, nutrition, sleep, finance, reading, and meditation. The tools for Quantified Self on Android.

Pomodoro Time Forecasting

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The Pomodoro Time Forecasting system is a way to pre-commit chunks of time towards focused effort with Pomodoros for work or some other initiative. At the end or start of the week, you estimate how much free time you have per day and at the end of the week you compare how much Pomodoros you have completed with the total amount of time you estimated ...

Pruning Your Pocket: A Cleaner Way to Read Online

8 min read

Sometimes the online reading experience can be like getting blasted in the face by a fire hydrant. You just wanted a little sip of water, but the floodgates swung open, in an endless stream of article shares, likes, tweets and emails. There has got to be a better way to not get lost in the articles and read better ones.

The Tools I use for the Quantified Self

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The Wonders of Wunderlist

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Using Trello to Track and Manage your Reading

7 min read

You are a Rocketship, This is how you blast off

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