Don’t overthink your to do app

I’ve been taking things back to basics a little with my productivity. I’ve installed Fantastical (mainly to use it’s widgets) and Things 3. I’m trying not to overthink and spend any time messing with productivity apps. I’m not even creating projects anymore to categorise by type I.e. home, finances etc. Things like paying bills andContinue reading “Don’t overthink your to do app”

An Apple Notes appreciation post

Sometimes you go looking for that perfect app and you end up back to the iOS apps that came with your iPhone. That’s what often happens for me with notes. I try apps like Notion, Obsidian and Craft and whilst I appreciate their use case I end up getting overwhelmed and come back to AppleContinue reading “An Apple Notes appreciation post”

Glass is becoming a boring place for photography

I’ve been wondering what’s been off about my recent use of Glass since the introduction of likes (or appreciation as they call it) and Andy nailed it. Since this move I’ve had zero comments on my photography. It’s really changed the way that I’ve experienced the app and I’m now thinking I’ll just leave theContinue reading “Glass is becoming a boring place for photography”

Glass adds a like button

In an announcement yesterday, Glass have added an appreciation option for photos. Initially I was against this and worried that it might be the start of a path to adding like counts and for me at least it’s one of the reasons I moved away from other social services and don’t check notifications on Twitter.Continue reading “Glass adds a like button”

Find some calm and focus with Portal

I’ve been checking out Portal for the last couple of weeks, integrating it into my day and I have to say that it’s been helping me with with distractions and focussing in work. The app is an interesting combination of features that are focussed on your wellbeing and letting you escape to different surroundings usingContinue reading “Find some calm and focus with Portal”