This post is going to be a bit different from the general topic of this blog. I’m going to use it to try to work out an issue I’m currently going through.Continue reading
Given that python is available on iOS, I decided to see what I could do with it. In this post, I’ll describe one experiment that I tried — the purpose of this post is to give you an idea of what you can do with python, I hope it inspires you to try new ideas of your own.
iOS devices contain a wealth of health data, and while the built in health app does a good job of presenting the data in a readable manner, and there are many third party apps that provide more detailed analysis, the hacker in me would not rest until I could extract the data from the app and do my own personal analytics with custom programs.Continue reading
Readers of this blog will probably already know that I use cross platform productivity apps that allow me to work on both my mobile devices and my laptop and desktop.
Microsoft office, Todoist, Evernote, Dropbox and Google Calendar allow me to pick up any of my devices and continue where I left off on my other devices.Continue reading
I use a lot of productivity tools on iOS, for automation my main tools are Shortcuts and Drafts. I’ve recently also began using Pythonista to write some simple automations using python.Continue reading
As I delved deeper into GTD, I found that the urge to organize my desk to fit my needs became stronger.Continue reading
One of the very important things I learned during my personal productivity journey, is that it is important to set up some daily routines.Continue reading
As readers of my blog probably know, I work across different platforms. My personal devices are all on the Apple ecosystem — an IPad Pro, an iPhone X and a MacBook Pro.
This may seem like a trivial topic to dedicate an entire post to, but as I have matured in my implementation of GTD and personal productivity, I’ve began adding stuff to my calendar that I never thought I’d add to it before.Continue reading
Shortcuts is an amazing application that was acquired by Apple and integrated into iOS — it was called Workflow before Apple acquired it. It is essentially a method for automating your iOS workflow.Continue reading
In this post, I’ll talk about how I organize Evernote to make finding stuff easier. I use Evernote on a regular basis to store all my notes, and as a result I’ve amassed about 2458 notes so far. Without an appropriate organizational system, this would be a mess that would hide any actionable items under a mountain of reference material, and make finding specific reference material next to impossible. Therefore, I have developed a system that helps me locate everything.Continue reading