If you have multiple email accounts, it can be time-consuming to go to each website and check all of them – there must be a way you can have all your emails in one place right? Well the good news is there is – depending on your email provider, you can either forward emails from … [Read more…]
Sometimes you may get an email that you want to save for future reference. How do you do this? There are a few different ways to do this, depending on the email client you use. There are also ways you can save emails offline. In this post I’ll discuss the different ways you can save … [Read more…]
If you’re like me, you probably find you’re most productive when you have a to-do list. I used to keep my to-do lists on paper, but in the past few years I’ve started experimenting with different to-do list apps and websites. One website I found was Workflowy, which I found useful not only for to-do … [Read more…]
One of the most important secrets to success when working from home is to stay focused on the task in front of you. So much stress is put on multi-tasking in our world, but the truth is that while multi-tasking may increase productivity, it decreases the quality of the product, and it can also … [Read more…]
Recently I decided to uninstall Microsoft Office from my computer. I’ve used it for years to create documents I need to create – I’ve written eBooks with it, created newsletters, and spreadsheets to track important information. However recently I discovered that Google’s tools – Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Presentations were just as good, if … [Read more…]
Have you ever wondered if there was a way that you can save time and give your hands a break while doing things on your computer? Well luckily, there it is! If your computer has Windows Vista or Windows 7 installed on it, it also includes speech recognition. Speech recognition can help you get things … [Read more…]
I recently read an article on small-bizsense.com that discussed 10 essential tools for home-based entrepreneus. While I agree that several of these are definite must-haves, there were others that I felt were only applicable in certain situations. Here’s my take on essential tools for people who work from home:
Last week, I shared my favorite productivity tips. This week, three other work from home professionals share their favorite productivity tips.
When you work from home, it can be difficult to stay productive – there are a lot of things that can distract you. There are several techniques that you can use to stay productive though. I’ll mention my favorites in this post.
I don’t know about you, but when I was in high school, I took a typing class. It’s served me well since then, because I’ve done a lot of typing. Like most of you, I learned on the standard QWERTY keyboard. The problem with this keyboard, though, is that people who use this keyboard set-up … [Read more…]