Today we welcome Brian Kieffer, one of Unclutterer’s amazing programmers, to tell us how he created his extremely useful note card task board.
I’m a big fan of using index cards as organizational tools. They’re cheap, relatively sturdy, and the perfect size for jotting down tasks and notes, among many other uses.
In March 2008, I quit a full time job that earned around $50,000 per year. I did not return to the workplace.
My wife’s closest friend has a marketable college degree and a substantial amount of successful organizational experience. She’s made the active choice to be a stay at home mother to her two children, giving up that income.
By Julie Rains My husband and I celebrated our 24th anniversary last week. Here are a few things I've learned about having a happy, long-lasting marriage.
1. Talk. Take time to talk everyday, just for fun, and set aside time to discuss and reach agreement on serious matters.
Kinetic typography is the technical name for "moving text" -- an animation technique that brings motion to text. If done correctly, kinetic typography can evoke a particular idea or notion that is bigger than the words themselves. In other words, it can take regular everyday words and sentences, and make them even more powerful.
This is a guest post from Robert Brokamp of The Motley Fool. Beginning today, Robert will contribute one article to Get Rich Slowly every two weeks. It’s my hope that he’ll bring a fresh perspective to this site, while also providing coverage of topics where I have weaknesses. Today he’s writing about one of my financial heroes, Warren Buffett.
In April, a reader posted the following question in an open thread on Lifehacker.com:
How do I handle dust in my apartment? I dust everything and 2 days later it’s back to the same level. Is there some magical something or other out there to help me control the dust? I live in the city on a 2nd story apartment. No one above and only carport below. Help!
If you’ve devoted weeks or even months to a major project, you want to end it right. For some freelancers, a good end to a big project is an equally large check — but there are few extra steps you can take to use the last days of a project to your benefit.
You can take steps to find future work through this project, use it to promote yourself and to simply tie up some loose ends.
You had one (or several) too many drinks on a night out with friends, and – at 8 am in the office – you’re really regretting it. Your head is pounding, your mouth feels like sawdust, and you wish your colleagues would tiptoe and whisper when they're near you.
Today we return to our “So You Want My Job” series, in which we interview men who are employed in desirable man jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream.
By Xin Lu I just read a very interesting article by an American expat named Russell Shorto in the Netherlands titled "Going Dutch - How I Learned to Love the European Welfare State". The author describes his shock at a 52% top income tax bracket and his eventual acceptance of the social benefits of living amongst the Dutch. Here are some highlights of his experie