Week 26 – On the Power of Small habits and on Getting Things Done

In July and August the city and all offices in Paris emptied and I was left thinking about how to organize my work and my activities from September on (that is when schools start and most of the people come back to work). Because we (girls) often like to set symbolic dates to change our routines and implement new habits (like new year resolutions, birthday resolutions, “important dates” resolutions) I started thinking about how to be more active, proactive and productive from then on. Continue reading “Week 26 – On the Power of Small habits and on Getting Things Done”

From Here and There on How to Improve Your Blog Writing

The 27th of December 2016 (I remember because I was embarking on the plane that would lead me to Chennai) I decided that I had to create my own blog. The idea of the 52 Weeks Challenge came out of the blue but, from that moment on, it felt urgent to start as soon as possible. There was so much I wanted to share and I needed to do it “now”. Continue reading “From Here and There on How to Improve Your Blog Writing”

Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist

Today Blinkist tested and summarized the 7 Top Productivity Methods So You Don’t Have To: Personal Kanban, Eat that Frog, The Pomodoro Technique, the Checklist Manifesto, Singletasking, Getting Things Done, Organize Tomorrow Today! To each its favorite method! Continue reading “Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist”