Life Contexts - Cues To Differentiate Between Work And Home
As one of the many people now working from home, I found the process difficult at first.
The Creator's Philosophy - Create Once Use Many Times
In the world of content creation, we’re always creating new things. New blog posts, new videos, podcasts, and social media posts.
UI Design Patterns - How To Write Effective Error Messages
Any well-designed application should have good error messages. When I say good error messages I’m not talking about a message like “Critical Error x-299498sdkfjh”. Let’s face it, that helps no one.
How To Make Your Productivity Systems More Efficient
How we live our lives and the systems we use to keep on top of things is always changing.
Jekyll - How To Enable Incremental Regeneration To Speed Up Build Times
A great tip for speeding up the build time of your Jekyll blog is to make use of the incremental regeneration feature.
Why Regular Reflection Can Help You Become More Productive
It can be easy to fall into the pattern of working from day to day, week to week. Finding the time and motivation to learn how to improve or become better than you were before can seem like a huge task.
The 12 Week Year by Brian Moran - Book Notes, Summary, Review
The 12 Week Year will fundamentally change how you think about goal planning and working towards those goals.
Jekyll - How To Limit Posts During The Build Process
As your Jekyll blog grows in size over time, you might find that the build process takes longer to run.
Why Writing Blog Posts In Markdown Is A Game Changer
I enjoy writing my articles using Markdown as it offers a lot of benefits. I’m able to write without distraction. Plus my hands never need to leave the keyboard to format what I’m writing.
Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy - Book Notes, Summary, Review
Eat That Frog is all about doing that one thing, the thing that provides you with the most value in the long-term. If you can Eat That Frog first thing in the morning before anything else, you’ve set yourself up for success.
Jekyll - Creating External Links That Open In A New Tab
A common convention for external links is that they open in a new tab. The idea behind this is that you can easily go back to the previous tab if you need to. This makes it easy for users to return to your website.