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App of the Week: Microsoft OneNote

App of the Week: Microsoft OneNote


Posted By on Jul 3, 2019

OneNote  What is it: Cloud based note taking app from Microsoft  How I use it: I use it to keep track of my daily musings, notes, I use it as my agenda keeper for the day. I keep long term goals here, and I also keep notes from the courses I’m taking. You can create checklists, keep blogs/diaries, you can keep graphs and PDF’s, images and more. It’s the only app that consistently works for me in every platform I...

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App of the Week: Travello

App of the Week: Travello


Posted By on Jun 25, 2019

What is it: Social networking app for travelers.   How I use it: Traveling to multiple countries a year, the idea of visiting a locale I’ve never been to before – say Central Europe – and arranging to meet up with people who are going to be there at the same time to meet up so that it feels like I’m traveling with friends all along is very appealing. That’s exactly what happened in April 2019...

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App of the Week: Sleep Cycle

App of the Week: Sleep Cycle


Posted By on Jun 18, 2019

Sleep Cycle  What is it: A smarter alarm clock with emphasis on analyzing your sleep  How I use it:  Sleep Cycle is an app that works by following your sleep patterns and cycles to help wake you up at better time intervals than a regular alarm. It’s also much gentler.   I use this in tandem with Sleepyti.me which is a website/app that tells me when the optimal time is for me to go to...

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  A good professional headshot is extremely important because people judge you on your credibility online, and a nice picture can be the difference between someone actually opening a message/email from you or not even reading it. It can be a difference maker for people trying to start an online business or get hired. However, professional photographers can be expensive and may not know your “best angle”. So how do you remedy...

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  It’s now the month of June 2017. Which means we are officially at the half-way point of the year. I want you to ask yourself, “have I done everything I could to work towards what I wanted to accomplish this year?” Be reasonable. You may have done really well in the respect that you’ve been following your goals and making measurable progress towards achieving target ambitions. Or, if you’re like a...

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