Tuesdays are open loop days at SimpleProductivity blog.
- Baking Season is upon us. This is something I learned about in home economics, but many people don’t know that baking powder loses its effectiveness. Lifehacker teaches how to test it at “Test Your Baking Powder Before Use to Avoid Flat, Busted Baked Goods”
- Lifehacker comes to us with the question about what to do if you are too busy to meditate. It is a good article that left me wondering how I could afford to not find the time to meditate. From “If You’re Too Busy to Meditate, Read This”
- First of all, let me just say that they should have found a different abbreviation (IUD? Really?)…but with that aside, I believe that Internet Use Disorder sounds an awful lot like an addiction…what do you think? From Lifehacker’s “Is “Internet Use Disorder” a Sensationalist Condition or a Real Problem?”
- An interesting thought from Stepcase Lifehack…put the apps you want to use on you home screen rather than what you actually use. From “One Simple Smartphone Trick Help You Get Things Done Faster”
- Buying a gadget is never the answer. But if you do, Clutter Diet Blog tells you how to evaluate the product. From “Save Your Money! How to Choose Organizing Products”
- Simplicity is simple. Marc and Angel has an article that boils it down to two steps. At “30 Simple Ways to Simplify Your Life”
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