The Calendar: My Guide through Life

2021-02-23T15:57:38+00:00March 12th, 2015|C'est Ma Vie!|

Life is busy…. it’s a circus. But there is one thing that can bring some clarity to your life, some grounding, some focus – and that’s the calendar. In biblical times, back when people used paper to write things down, there existed a phenomenon called ‘diaries’ and people would map out their day’s appointments, meetings and tasks in this ‘diary’

Get Sh*t Done with Project Management

2021-02-23T15:55:06+00:00December 15th, 2014|Sprout Your Business, The Good Stuff|

For those who don't know, my career was in Events and Project Management before I took the dive to pursue my deep love for technology. I was 17 when I hosted my first event, which naturally was a total flop, but great lessons to be learned from that story, and I've had the fantastic experience of working on Trinidad's biggest

Using Evernote to Budget

2014-12-06T18:43:31+00:00December 6th, 2014|Sprout Your Business|

Evernote, traditionally, is a note taking application, but it can be used for many other things if you’re creative. One such way is budgeting. But how can one use a note taking app for budgeting? I’m glad you asked. Because I do it. I dislike having to use too many applications to do stuff, simply because I forget to use

Using an Evernote @inbox Notebook to Get Sh*t Done

2014-11-27T18:39:00+00:00November 27th, 2014|Sprout Your Business|

If it wasn’t completely obvious, I use Evernote a lot. And with using Evernote a lot, you get to develop a lot of tricks to keeping yourself organised. At the time of writing this, I have 1800 notes in my Evernote. It’s not a lot because I delete a lot of notes when I’m done with them (I’ve got over

Evernote for Blogging

2014-11-15T16:52:06+00:00November 15th, 2014|The Good Stuff, TILT Your Marketing|

I’m a huge fan of Evernote; everyone who reads this blog knows that. And I like to share all the ways I use Evernote to make my life 100% easier. I love blogging (possibly as much as I love Evernote!) but my schedule is crazy, so I don’t always get the time to write, or finish writing a piece I

Why (and how) I use Evernote for Blogging

2014-11-03T16:21:02+00:00November 3rd, 2014|The Good Stuff, TILT Your Marketing|

It is pretty evident that I use Evernote almost exclusively, but today I’ll be chatting a bit about using Evernote for blogging. When used efficiently, Evernote can be the most powerful tool anyone could have, especially writers. You see, people think that blogging is just write a post, hit publish and that’s it. Blogging is a lot more complicated than

Why I love Evernote

2014-11-02T16:07:07+00:00November 2nd, 2014|Sprout Your Business|

Have you ever had a thought and then when you went to jot it down it’s all gone? Well, my thought train moves so quickly it gets pretty hard to keep up, which I why I started using Evernote in the first place. I have an Android phone, which means I get an Evernote widget on my homescreen, and because

Organise & Simplify your Life

2014-03-30T01:18:20+00:00March 30th, 2014|Sprout Your Business, The Good Stuff|

With all of today’s technology, we’re spread out over at least three devices; the work computer, your personal laptop/desktop and your smartphone, not to mention tablet(s), some people have multiple phones, etc.  Then you have a million apps. For tasks, you have Remember the Milk, Out of Milk, Wunderlist, etc. For notes you have Google Docs, Google Keep, Evernote, Mac

What to do when your WiFi is down

2021-02-23T16:58:30+00:00January 31st, 2014|Tech, The Good Stuff|

We’ve all been there: internet is down, and you are bored to the point of insanity. So, what do you do when the internet is down? Here are a couple great ways to “kill your idle time” until the life-force, ahem I mean, internet is back up. De-Clutter your Computer Go through your ‘My Documents’ folder, and work your way

When is it the right time?

2021-02-23T16:54:32+00:00January 27th, 2014|Get Shit Done|

We’ve all been in that place, that dark dank place, thinking, when should I start this project? Well I’ll answer that for you; the time is NOW. So many of us wait for the “right time” to start something: maybe when work gets less stressful, maybe at the start of the new year, maybe when I’m finished school. You see,

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