Want a Do-Over for This Month?
Some of my experiments aren’t as Earth-shattering as others, but I wanted to share one small update I’ve made to my routine that might improve your life by 0.5%. For the last few years, I’ve been keeping a note called, “Month notes.” Every month or so,
The Workspace of the Future Is a Workbench
A few months ago, I shared some aspirational garden offices. But I didn’t share the aspirations for what should go inside those offices. For example, this is a beautiful office, but it’s not a place for work. It’s a place for leisure. So, what makes for a
When you’re burned out, in the 2pm slump, or not in the mood to “produce,” keep this in mind: 1. It’s OK to not be productive all the time. Humans were likely designed for a 15-hour work week. Go a little easier on yourself. 2. Know that you
Book Review: Four Thousand Weeks
Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals [https://amzn.to/3CZ1xxR] by Oliver Burkeman I have to admit, this is the time management book I probably would have written myself. Is there’s anything better for your time and project management than having someone else write your book for you?
The Importance of Your Calendar
A few great quotes from Merlin Mann from this week’s Back to Work podcast [http://5by5.tv/b2w/533]: > “A calendar is a map for your time. A calendar is the decisions you have made about your future. This is the glass that holds your temporal water.” “If you’