Habits — Try “No More” for Android When You Want to Stop!

Habits, especially when they are entrenched, can be very hard to change. Often, when we talk about habits, we focus on developing new ones that we want to make part of our routine. But equally important are the so-called “bad” habits that we want to step away from. Sometimes they are relatively small things that…

Podcasts: Finding Time to Find What You Want to Hear

Podcasts are a popular and flexible venue for accessing information on a wide variety of topics. Whether you’re driving to work, exercising, or flying to France, your podcasts can be at your fingertips. But sometimes the sheer variety and volume of what’s available can be daunting. So, today I want to share a couple of…

Journaling with Life Calendar, One Week at a Time

Journaling is a practice that I often recommend to my coaching clients. It offers itself to a wide variety of purposes. For example, many people use their journals to document life events. And this simple activity becomes a priceless gift when, years later you open an old journal and are transported back to times, people and…

SwiftKey Keyboard for Android is One Smart Cookie!

The SwiftKey keyboard was released in beta this time last year and is now available on Google Play for texting. It’s free, and if you’re an Android user who relies on texting to any degree, you may want to take a look. Why? Because this tool looks like it can significantly improve the speed and accuracy…

Tech Tips to Help You Find Information and Find Time

Tech tips are what we usually focus on each Monday at The Time Finder. So this week I’ve got a few items to share, from free Windows e-books to some important information about the latest WikiLeaks revelation and its possible implications for you. Shall we get right to it?

Twitter Time – 2 Tools for Tweets Galore!

Twitter is a powerful social media tool that you’ll definitely want to be using if you’re an on-line entrepreneur. And I recently read of a Twitter client for Windows that sounds like it could be a winner. It’s called Aeries and it offers lots of flexibility and scope whether you’re a dabbler or a power-user.

IFTTT and Tasker – Adaptable Tools for Finding Time

IFTTT and Tasker are two tools that you can use to create ‘recipes’ that automate on-line tasks. This, in turn, helps you stay organized and on track … and frees up time for other things. My VA has used IFTTT for some regular tasks here at The Time Finder and I’ve written about it in…