Last week I wrote about how to simplify your desktop. This week, I'll be walking through my iPhone set up and show you it's also possible to simplify that too.
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How to keep your Mac desktop and Dock even more simpler and minimal by not having the Apple Calendar app open at all times.
Apple is about to releaase their yearly macOS system later today, and they're calling it Big Sur, are you ready to upgrade?
Later today Apple will be hosting an event at Apple Park where they'll be revealing the Mac transition to Apple Silicon. Here are some of the details.
Are you in control of your business processes? Well, you might find out that you’re probably not. Maybe something needs to change so you can take back control.
Bouncing between tools to try and find that magic unicorn feature doesn’t help with anything other than a headache and a loss of momentum. Trust me, I know as I’m guilty of this, but I have an excuse… I think.
Working for yourself is great, but often I find people so stuck to a rigid timetable that makes them miserable. So why bother working for yourself when you don’t have the freedom you wanted?
Finally was able to get access to my MacJunky YouTube channel. Long story, so I won't bore you with the details.
Fixing a bad habit is one of the hardest things you can do. You have first to realise you have a bad habit, then seek a way to, well, fix it. But often humans don’t bother crossing that final line for many reasons.
I’m still baffled as to why people (companies and individuals) yet haven’t grasped the fact that using a simple password, or even worse, using the same password for multiple accounts is a bad thing.
We’ve all been guilty of this, me more than others. But bouncing between tools, apps and services in search of new shiny things, won’t help you focus on what needs to get done.
In recent weeks, I’ve been getting messages asking me what ‘Tech Minimalism’ was, so I thought I’d make today’s episode into a short explanation for you all.
I may sound like a broken record about backing up your data, but it’s so important. So today I’ll bring you a sad story about a client’s data loss after they didn’t implement the advice I gave them three months ago.
Often you need to step back from a situation to be able to fix it properly. This is also true with the way you work. Stepping back isn’t a sign of failure; it’s a sign that you understand the issue and need to tackle it differently.
Automation can be a good thing, but for your email, not so much. It’s fine to automate one or two things, but if you use automation too much, you can get lost in a sea of ‘inboxes’.
Your email app and workflow should be as boring as you can make it. Why? Because having a boring email experience will make you do what you need to do with your email and get out as soon as possible.
It’s always good to listen to experts, but don’t be fooled into being forced into a new workflow if it’s not right for you. But to listen to the advice they give to see what will work within your system.