Set Reminders After You're Supposed To Start To Beat Procrastination

We all procrastinate in some way or another. Sometimes, even a detailed daily schedule isn’t enough to keep that from happening. The Atlantic suggests that instead of setting reminders that tell you to do something in the future, you set them as late as possible.


Balance Visualises How Much Time You Spend At Work

iOS: Work-life balance is an important part of healthy living, but it’s sometimes difficult to know exactly how much time you’re spending at work. Balance uses data from Moves to visualise where you’re spending your time.


Filelize Automatically Backs Up Any File You Open To Your Cloud

Windows/Android/iOS: To seamlessly switch gadgets, you need the files you were last working on to be available on the new device. Filelize makes this easy by automatically backing up any file you open to your Dropbox, Google Drive, Box or SkyDrive.


Why You Should Get The Big Things Done First

It’s common to reach the end of the day and realise you’ve hardly accomplished anything. This object demonstration shows why you should tackle the big tasks first thing in the morning.


Briefly: 17 Best Burgers, Slow-Mo Tasering, Post-Workout No-Nos

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: the 17 most delicious burgers known to mankind, slow-motion video captures people’s faces as they get hit with tasers, Lara Bingle sunbathes in the buff.


Use Google Search To Show Future Events From Your Calendar And Email

So here’s a handy Google feature I’d somehow failed to notice: if you’re signed in to your Google account and you search for the phrase “calendar November”, Google will show events that it knows about based on your email, calendar entries and behaviour.


Briefly: Camera Phone Buying Guide, Gamer Gouging, Action Movie Kid

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Queensland speed camera earns $150,000 on its first day, Civilization: Beyond Earth gets slapped with a $50 “Australia tax”, get a customised mouse mat for $0.99.


GraphiTabs Groups, Searches And Suspends Tabs In A Tree-Style View

Chrome: Google Chrome has limited space for tab names, and they are also a resource hog. GraphiTabs is a tree-style tab management extension, which can open, close and suspend tabs in groups, as well as search through names.


Briefly: Surface Pro 3 Review, Doctor Who Simulcasts, Sony Hacked

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 review, Audi A3 e-tron Australian hands-on, ABC confirms simulcast of every new episode of Doctor Who.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

From how your email address affects your job chances to the truth about hamburgers and how to deal with anti-science trolls, we had you covered. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week: