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LET’S TALK PRIORITIES

I had a tiny shift in priorities this weekend when I realized that I needed to focus on my own design business, now that this was going to become a full-time thing. My other project that I am very excited about will just have to be put on the back burner as my I move my to-dos around to better suit what’s most important RIGHT NOW. It was kind of heart breaking to realize that I was going to have to push back the launch date and shift my whole mindset to another area, but it’s what needed to be done.

I also started using a new online to-do tool, Wunderlist. I tried out TeuxDeux, but it didn’t offer the option to create multiple lists. With Wunderlist, I can create multiple lists for each project I am working on, sort by highest priority, and view by due date or by project. It’s pretty awesome so far! Plus, they offer a free app for your iPhone. TeuxDeux charge $2.99. Affordable, but if you like Wunderlist better, than it’s a win-win situation.

Does anyone else have any other productivity tools that they all the time? I’d love to hear!

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  • After everyone got back from ALT, I heard about Asana and Wunderlist, and I’ve been trying to see if they are the end all cure all to productivity. Right now I’m just a combination of Evernote and Reminders on my phone and a little bit of a physical planner. I’ve been wondering if Asana or Wunderlist are super awesome and I can’t live without them! I’d like to know what you think.

    • I’m a big fan of Wunderlist. Looks great, let’s you print out the day’s tasks! Love!

  • I am kind of in the same situation myself actually with the whole ‘prioritising as I build something insanely cool” haha. I personally have a notebook with a day to a page and just write exactly I want to get done in that day. Its old school as, but I find I personally achieve more than way. Goodluck :)

  • Honestly, Evernote and Google docs/mail are key tools in my survival box. I use a spreadsheet for my to do list but I’m thinking of giving Wunderlist a try — maybe changing things up a bit would help me make some progress.

  • been quite obsessed with evernote right now!

    it’s good

    • Will definitely be trying that!