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The Bullet Journal System

The Bullet Journal System

The Bullet Journal System Over the past few years, nostalgic yearning and the trend to disconnect have led to the resurgence of the popularity of pen and paper systems for productivity, journalling, art, and more. Created by Ryder Carroll, the Bullet Journal System is...
Practice Briefs and Where to Find Them

Practice Briefs and Where to Find Them

Practice Briefs and Where to Find Them As a designer, there maybe be several reasons why you would want to use a practice project. Perhaps you’re just starting out and would like to bolster your portfolio with extra pieces. Maybe you’re looking for something different...
Tomato Time Keeping

Tomato Time Keeping

The Pomodoro Technique Large projects and the daily grind can get to you. The longer you work, the more easily you get distracted. The Pomodoro Technique is designed for you to get more done with fewer distractions because it has distraction time built into the...
Idea Hoarding

Idea Hoarding

Idea Hoarding Productivity gurus spout tons and tons of advice about how to get things done, crush it, just do it!! They all have their own methods to their madness, and it works for them. They sell these ideas that productivity is a complicated process. In reality,...
Getting S.M.A.R.T About Goal Setting

Getting S.M.A.R.T About Goal Setting

Getting S.M.A.R.T About Goal Setting Popularized by George T. Doran in his 1981 article in the November issue Management Review, SMART criteria are used in all industries to set project goals and scope. While used on larger scale projects, the concept can be used on...