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Boost Your Happiness At Work By Changing The Way You Approach To-Do Lists

A straightforward to-do list might make you more productive, but it can also make your job feel tedious and boring. It’s time to start reincorporating your big goals within your to-do lists.

Treat Your Focus Like Playing An Arcade Game

Taking on a big task is like playing an arcade game: it requires all of your focus. As soon as you pause the game and walk away, your chances of earning a high score all but disappear.

TickTick Adds Task Progress Indicators, Smart Lists And A Grid View 

Android/iPhone: TickTick is a powerful syncing to-do manager that’s seen a lot of improvement since its launch. Today, it’s getting a handful of new features.

Keep A Small Apartment Tidy With A Five-Minute Cleanup Every Morning

When you live in a tiny studio apartment, the smallest lapse in cleaning can make the place look like a huge mess. Having a quick cleaning routine every morning can help.

Why You Should Avoid Checking Email First Thing Friday Morning

Sometimes checking email first thing in the morning helps you get it over with and focus on more important tasks. However, there’s an equally compelling case against checking email first thing. If you work better ignoring your inbox in the morning, you’ll want to make sure you steer clear on Friday mornings in particular.

Tackle All Of Your Minor Tasks While Your Coworkers Are On Holiday

If your motivation has plummeted because it feels like you’re the only one stuck in the office — and maybe you are — use the time to tackle all the little things that have been piling up.

Productivity Apps That Ditch Tradition For Interesting Designs

When it comes to productivity apps, simplicity of design and familiarity are usually king, because nobody wants to learn a whole new system every time they check out a new to-do app. But sometimes, apps break the pre-written productivity rules and make something completely different.

Focus On The Small, Achievable Tasks To Make Progress In A Chaotic Situation

Everything at work has gone nuts. Your boss is barking orders, your coworkers are panicked and you’re pretty sure the front desk is on fire. When everything around you is falling apart, focus on the small tasks you can achieve.

Maintain Focus On Tasks By 'Leaving No Trace'

Sometimes it’s hard to stay focused, and you may not even realise why you can’t seem to keep your mind on the task at hand. It might be because you have unfinished business with a previous task. To remedy this, take some simple advice from a Zen master: Leave no trace.

Manage Distractions When Working From Home With The 'Three-Minute Rule'

When you’re working remotely, it’s easy to get distracted by all the nagging tasks you have to do around the house. If you want to keep those chores from pulling your focus, it can help to indulge in them in short bursts so you put your mind at ease.

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