Welcome to The Productive Life podcast! In this episode, we’re talking about how to create a morning and evening routine and stick to them! Are you tired of snoozing your alarm, feeling scattered all day, and not getting enough sleep? Follow these simple steps to create an effective (and enjoyable!) morning and evening routine AND how to stick to them!
Tired of mindlessly scrolling on social media? In this episode of The Productive Life, we’re talking about three easy things I’ve implemented recently to help me stop wasting time on social media. By implementing these easy action steps, we will not only be more productive, but we will also get more joy and fulfillment out of our social media apps.
Welcome to the first episode of The Productive Life podcast! In this episode, we're getting personal! I'm sharing my story, how I started my business, and what I've been up to the past year. We're also talking about what productivity really means and what you can expect from The Productive Life Podcast.
Procrastinating is easy.
I’ve struggled with procrastination my entire life.
Whether it was a project in college or my professional career, it always felt like I waited to do things until the last minute.
It wasn’t until I learned about and implemented the Pomodoro Technique a few years ago that I was able to stop procrastinating and stay focused while working.
Now the Pomodoro Technique has has become my go-to method to stop procrastinating and be more productive at work.
That’s why in today’s post, I’m explaining what the Pomodoro Technique is, how to use it, and my tips and tricks for making the most of your Pomodoros!
I'm also sharing my favorite resources, apps, and products that I use on a daily basis.
Does this sound familiar:
You wake up and have thoughts, worries, questions, and to do lists swirling through your head all at once?
That's often how I feel in the mornings. On some days it isn't a big deal but, on other days, it can be overwhelming.
I've tried a variety of things to help with this, but over time I've found one thing that feels easy to do, doesn't take a lot of time, and doesn't require a specific book or app or anything:
Stream of consciousness writing.