I came across this great blog post by Chad Dickerson where he and a friend decided to be more mindful on what they use Twitter for so it doesn’t suck the life out of their blogging. Chris Shiflett and I were talking recently about blogging and how Twitter had sucked some of the life force […]Read more "Blogging vs Twitter"
My friend, Chris Gmyr just launched a new Youtube series called 5 Minute Productivity and the first set of videos is all about Todoist. According to Chris, here is the inspiration behind the series: I’ve been interested in productivity over the last few years and trying to improve my own systems. There are already a […]Read more "Master Todoist with 5 Minute Productivity"
Last night, after work I hit the local trails with the goal of riding until dark so I could try out the pair of Lezyne lights I bought. According to this mountain bike light review, the Lezyne seemed to do a good enough job and was the cheaper of the lights tested so I went with […]Read more "First Night Mountain Bike Ride"
I just finished reading Finding Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on the psychology of engagement with everyday life and it’s a book I thoroughly enjoyed. It’s designed to show you how most of us go through our lives unaware of our emotions, which causes us to bounce between anxiety and pressures of work and passive boredom […]Read more "Book Review: Finding Flow"
With the demise of Google Inbox coming soon I decided it was time to make a switch and start exploring other alternatives. In the past week, I feel like I’ve been through every email app on the market and they have something that annoys me. I’ve come to the conclusion that finding the perfect email app […]Read more "Apple Mail"
Yesterday afternoon I decided to hop on my bike and just go riding. This was the first weekend day in a long time where we had no family plans and I just needed to be home for dinner. Off I went. I had no map, no real goal, just ride at my own pace and […]Read more "My First Half Century Bike Ride"
Google announced today that they are sunsetting Inbox in favor of regular Gmail: As Gmail continues to improve, we’re bringing the best features from Inbox. In the new Gmail, you’ll find workflows that are similar to your favorite ones in Inbox. Support for Inbox will conclude in 2019. On their support page, they include all […]Read more "Farewell Google Inbox"