More than once I’ve had friends tell me they’d like to be more organized, but as soon as I mention to-do lists they’re like “oh no, I don’t do lists”, so I don’t get to explain much more. Now, if you’re reading this blog I’ll assume that you are interested, so let me tell you more about making nice and effective to-do lists!
The new year is finally here, and with it comes a new list of the classic New Year’s Resolutions! Every year a lot of us set goals and things, but do we actually manage to make them happen?
Well, it makes sense to start these “productivity methods” posts with the very first one that I tried (and actually worked): the Pomodoro Technique.
The Pomodoro Technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s and it’s ridiculously simple for how effective it is: it’s dividing your work in time blocks of 25 minutes.
For the last two years or so I’ve been really invested in the topic of productivity. There’s tons of books and websites on the matter, and a lot of them seem to offer methods that are the ultimate solution to everyone’s organization problems. But…it’s never that straightforward, really.
It’s been well over a month since I wrote Part 1 of this weird organization adventure, so it was about time to continue this!
For a little over a year I’ve been toying with the idea of making an organization/productivity blog, where I could share theories and tips I learn and find, along with my opinions on it – plus some doodles every now and then…
…well, here it is!! ✨