Posts tagged resources
Organizing Evernote: for the obsessive freaks like me

Evernote has been an invaluable tool to help me organize my life. It allows me to mind-vomit my thoughts, inspiration, lists, questions, work and more so that I can get everything out of my head.

I wrote this post explaining that process on using Evernote to help you destress, hone your focus and begin creating the best work of your life. But I wanted to go a bit further in unveiling my personal processes to help y'all understand just how customizable you can get and hopefully inspire y'all to have fun creating your own system.

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The Non-Minimalist's Guide to Minimalism

I realize that many of you hear minimalism and immediately think "cult". I get how you might come to that conclusion - it's radical, non-traditional and has a small but incredibly loyal band of followers. It's one of those things that is easily dismissed as impractical or foolish with a flip of the hair and a wave of the hand.

If you're remotely interested, I've compiled articles from across the web that have helped me in my quest to live simply.

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How to Start Your Blog

My relationship with blogging began back when there were two main platforms: Wordpress and Blogger. I hopped on with Blogger very early because it was a Google product before eventually switching to Wordpress' platform at the urging of my Dad who had been using it for his business website. Over the years, I have blogged from at least five platforms and have experimented with nearly a dozen more. Due to its increase in popularity over the last decade, there has arisen numerous ways of building, customizing, and running blogs. I am giving you the simplest and quickest way of getting a blog started without compromising aesthetic beauty or functionality. It'll take you about 15 minutes.

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