GTD: Setting up the Time, Space, and Tools.

After talking about two different five step models for both planning out your idea and then how to process information, it is important to not forget about some simple things when you want to get projects done. These things include setting time aside to complete your project and really focus on what need to get... Continue Reading →


GTD: The Natural Planning Model

In the book "The Art of Getting Things Done" there is a 5 step model for starting projects called The Natural Planning Model. The five steps of the model are Defining the purpose and principals, Outcome visioning, brainstorming, organizing, and finally identifying next actions. These five steps are used whenever you have something to do that needs to... Continue Reading →

GTD: The Five Steps to Mastering Workflow

Everyday we are presented with information and all that information is processed and prioritized using a 5 step method. The book The Art of Getting Things Done has taught me that I was not going about these 5 steps in the most effective ways. I am not always the best at remembering things and this book... Continue Reading →

Retractable Leashes Vs. Regular Leashes

For about the first 8 months that I had Lady, I always used a regular 6ft leash. However for the past 2 months I have been using a 16ft retractable leash instead and honestly it surprised me a little with just how much better they are compared to regular leashes for multiple reasons. However with... Continue Reading →

The Two Minute Rule

The Two Minute Rule is a rule that states if something takes less than two minutes to do, do it right then and there. I have recently implemented this rule in my own life and I believe this is a rule that everyone should use. I am not always the most organized person with getting things... Continue Reading →

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