I write this as I think about switching to a to do app that I have already paid for vs one that I need to justify monthly before putting food on the table. It hit me today that it might not be the tool that’s the problem…. Yes, I have a lot of worries goingContinue reading “It might not be your apps fault for you not being productive”
With a change in finances came a potential change in task manager. I looked at ones I’d already bought, free and subscriptions. Here’s the ones I tested and my views on how they worked or didn’t for me. Please bear in mind I’m very picky with my apps. Apple Reminders This was the most obviousContinue reading “iOS task managers”
I’ve been messing around with a lot of To Do apps over the last couple of months, trying to figure out which is the best app or service to use when managing a budget on what you can spend on a subscription or app. I tried built in system apps and apps that offered aContinue reading “The best free to do app on iPhone and iPad”
I’ve been playing around with a few cross platform apps lately in the view to give Android a try to expand my horizons a little and one things stood out to me. You need a widget on iOS 14 on day one. I’m on the test flights for a few to do apps and theyContinue reading “MS To Do, you need to plan an iOS 14 widget”
Since finding out that I’m losing my job soon I needed to look outside of Apple a bit into free services. I’ve cancelled a lot of my subscriptions now and when looking at to do apps that were free and worked on Android and iOS I struggled more than I thought. I tested a fewContinue reading “The best free cross-platform To Do app”
As I’ve already shared, my day job situation is changing soon and I’m cutting right back on my spending. As I’ve already written about the first place I went was my subscriptions. I had to cut back on everything but essential ones, at the moment that’s iCloud storage only. I also wrote off Reminders inContinue reading “The best free productivity apps might be already built in”
I’ve been switching between iOS 13 and 14 a lot this summer and what always brings me back despite my iPhone almost catching fire every time I run 14 is the productivity improvements I’m seeing. Here’s my current Home Screen and for me it’s almost perfect, I get what I need from glanceable information toContinue reading “How iOS 14 is helping my productivity”
Thought I’d go through Streaks, an app that I use to help me build habits. LINK.
I’m getting into using my iPad Pro for video now so got another one for you. Getting started with Things 3.
It’s strange that after all this time I’ve only just realised that one of the main reasons blogging sticks is down to energy levels. I’m a morning person and with tools like the WordPress app on my iOS devices I’m able to wake up and start early. It’s easy for me to do this withoutContinue reading “Energy levels determine your passion projects”