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  1. March 16, 2016

    I found especially that it takes time to get things sorted an create some sort of a productive rountine … and thing getting even better the longer you work on or with them :)
    thank for those nice tips, Amanda :)

    ❤ Tina

  2. March 16, 2016

    Love this post. Very much needed. :) I also am in love with the Man Repeller Podcasts – super inspiring to hear how creative women got to where they are now (like Leandra, herself!)

  3. March 16, 2016

    I loved that episode on The Lively Show! Has been watching Alex on youtube for a couple years and he gives some really great, valuable advices!

    I’m currently struggling with two things: 1. Prioritizing the most important tasks; 2. Focusing on one task at a time!


  4. March 16, 2016
    Leia says

    I love podcasts! As a person living with the worst internet connection and no movie collection, podcasts that I download at work have become my saviour from the silence of my apartment while I make dinner or clean up.
    I highly recommend 99% Invisible, which are short 20 minute episodes about the history of selected objects/design in daily life, or Note To Self – an interesting tech show about aspects of modern life with technology.

    I will have to give a listen to this podcast, I struggle so much with productivity since leaving the university world and being put in the constraints of the 9-5 workday!

  5. March 17, 2016

    I’ve been SO into podcasts lately! I actually wrote a post on my favorites here:

    Check them out :)

    Christina |

  6. March 18, 2016

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  7. March 19, 2016

    I cheat and give myself a little awards after I complete my tasks :)

    1. April 18, 2016
      Liza says

      Heckuva good job. I sure aptpeciare it.

  8. March 28, 2016
    Susan says

    A while ago I discovered “speed cleaning”. It came about when I was expecting overseas visitors and I had really run myself short of time, so I gave myself a set time to clean a room, stairs, bathroom etc and just doubled up my usual pottering speed (I hate cleaning!) It was so successful (it certainly gets the heart rate going) that I have kept it going as my normal routine. The house has never looked better and is done in half the time. It is so simple I wished I’d thought of it years ago. I find that disco music helps too!


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