Tuesdays are open loop days at SimpleProductivity blog.
- I find this idea charming. If you want a fun menu planner that you can take with you, and are a bit crafty, check out Paperclutch’s “A Paper-Clutch Menu Planner Tutorial”
- You need to be aware of “Five Lies Personal Development Gurus Like to Tell”. Change is not easy, so don’t beat yourself up for having a hard time! From Dumb Little Man.
- This is a fabulous tip for keeping kid’s toys under control. (The pain of stepping on a Lego in bare feet is unbelievable!) Parent Hacks shows you how to “Create a “toy zone” with painter’s tape”
- These are some really great things to think about. Nothing too difficult, but will change your course of direction enough to make a big difference. From Life Optimizer’s “20 Simple but Powerful Life Changes”
- I’ve used LogMeIn for years to help manage my mother’s computer from half a country away. The iOS version seemed really cool…and now it’s free! From Make Use Of: “You Can Now Get LogMeIn On iOS For Free [News]“
- OK, I purposely moved from the Frozen Tundra to where there was almost no snow. But this app would make living there so much easier. Think about it – an alarm clock that wakes you up earlier if there is snow! From Lifehacker’s “Winter Wake-Up Automatically Wakes You Up Earlier If it Snows”
- I’m finding the Information Diet people are talking about a fascinating concept. I think it will be the book of the month for February. But in the meantime, Lifehacker has a great article on how to “How to Start Your Information Diet”
- Some great tips here from Marc and Angel: “28 Ways to Stop Complicating Your Life”
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