I spend a lot of time thinking about the ways that paperless technology affects my life and the lives of my friends inside the Paperless Movement. Going paperless affects our home life through less clutter and better organization, and it affects our work life through better security and increased productivity. These areas are easy for …
If you like to take handwritten notes on a tablet, then this post is for you!
We will look at the best note-taking apps for your iPad using an Apple Pencil or any other stylus that you prefer to use.
The ability to live a paperless life is becoming easier and more convenient every year.
We’re surrounded by digital tools and technology that make living paperless easier than using paper.
Are you looking for the iPad that is right for YOU? Then look no further as I compare all of them in this post.
Productivity is a popular topic in the Paperless Movement community. We love productivity methods, systems, tools, hacks, and apps.
There’s a lot of information out there about how to become more productive, and a lot of it has to do with adding MORE to our already busy lives. For example: learning a new system, buying a new book, or getting another app.
What if there was a way to become more productive with less?
This is where minimalism comes in.
Digital bullet journals are a great way to organize your life and get control of your workflow.
Using a well-designed digital bullet journal with a note-taking app gives your digital journal the functionality it needs to truly be something that has the power to change how you run your daily life.
The question of which bullet journal to use and which note-taking app to pair it with can get confusing. No one wants to invest in several versions of each to find out what works best.
Does any of this sound familiar to you?
You’re up with the dawn, ready to start another day. You have a huge to-do list with some really important items on it that you have to get done.
You rush around all day, barely stopping for a bite of lunch. Then, when your workday is finally over, you realize there are still important items on your list you didn’t finish.
But how can that be? You rushed around like crazy all day. You wasted no time. How is it possible the most important things on your list didn’t get done?
Feeling tired and defeated, you decide there just aren’t enough hours in a day.
The new Fujitsu Scansnap iX1500 scanner is the successor to the long-time favorite ix500, which has had little competition until now. That is until recently when a company from Houston, Texas reached out to me to review their new Raven Scanner. Is this scanner a worthy competitor?
Where Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft Stand in the Clean Energy Revolution.
The other day I had a rude awakening. I realized just how vulnerable I am: how vulnerable we all are, really.