Today's round-up includes:

  • Lists
  • Tools
  • Books
  • Systems
  • Planners
  • And much more...

Fancy Reading Together?

Reading gives me so much joy. But, lately, I've not been prioritising it. There seems to be so much else to do.

I tend to save my reading till the end of the day, as it's a great way to wind down. But more often than not, I've run out of energy by then, and sleep is so much easier!

Can you relate?

I'm toying with the idea of setting up an informal reading group on Literal for people interested in reading books about wellbeing, mental health, productivity, and neurodiversity, with an occasional sprinkling of fiction.

Would you be interested?

Let me know your thoughts, or hop over to Literal and join the club - we can arrange the details over there.

Tools to Try

  • Blinkist - I am curious about book summary apps, so I'm trying Blinkist.
  • Upnote - seems an excellent Evernote replacement after prices have doubled.
  • Morgen - after my Sunsama trial, I am exploring comparable planner tools.
  • Due - handy reminder app for the Apple ecosystem.


I Tried 4 To-Do List Methods. Here’s What Worked.
There are a lot of methods out there for staying organized. But which method prevails? Over four days, I tried four ways of organizing my to-do list. I tracked my overall productivity and stress levels to see which worked best. Monday: Get rid of your to-do list and instead schedule out your tasks i…
The Exit Checklist
This 2-minute system will help you make sure you never leave anything behind.
Building A Time Management System From Scratch. — Carl Pullein
I was recently asked an interesting question about how I would create a time management and productivity system if I were starting out today. My initial reaction was; to set up a task manager and calendar, then build a structure in a notes app. But then, I thought, no, that would be the worst thing
Focus on things that don’t change
Focus on things that don’t change to build solid foundations and invest your time in the best possible way.


(I ❤️ Demetri's YouTube videos - check out his channel here).

That's a Wrap

As always, thanks for reading.

Hit reply and let me know what you found most helpful this week - I’d love to hear from you.

See you next weekend.

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