Try an E-book This Month

September is “read a new book” month.  Do you have a book in mind for the occasion?  I keep a running list of books I want to read.  I just need to find more time to read!  Based on a survey published by Pew Research Center, 24% of American adults say they haven’t...

Best Apps for Students

  Students need a number of applications to make their social and study lives easier.  The technology on campus can be overwhelming.   The apps for students listed below work across multiple platforms and on multiple devices (unless otherwise indicated).  I think this...

How to Take Care of Your Memories without Creating Clutter

  Take Care of Your Memories According to the Psychiatry.org, “People with hoarding disorder excessively save items that others may view as worthless. They have difficulty getting rid of possessions, leading to clutter.  The clutter then disrupts their ability to use...

How to Organize Business Cards in Evernote

Evernote is a great place to store the business cards from the people you meet.  Most of us have some sort of container full of cards from clients, networking events, vendors, and contractors, etc..  I have seen drawers, boxes, old school Rolodexes, notebooks and even...

How to Prepare for Disaster

September is National Preparedness Month. Even as I type those words, it feels like I am “a day late and a dollar short” because of Hurricane Harvey and the devastation in Houston.  However, there are now fires in the Northwest, flooding in the South, and another...

Evernote and TaskClone Gave this Executive back his Weekends!

Last week, I met with an company executive of a large company regarding Evernote.  I discovered he hit the ground running with Evernote.  He had been using it to take all of his meeting notes with his team.  Throughout the summer, he used Evernote to collect all of...
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