F A B

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Which software app or tool do you use to schedule days and months?

Google calendar, excel...etc

Which one do you use to keep notes, ideas or plans?

Google drive, Microsoft word, One note...etc

 

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My stack: Google Calendar for scheduling, Toggl for time tracking, Evernote for note-taking.

Those are the ones I use daily.

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@Girzo I've just checked out Toggle, it's basic and intuitive, I like it.

It slaps you in the face by showing how time is running out!

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Yup, also sends a report to your mail every week, so you can keep better track of your work/life balance.

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@Girzo what do you think about toggles amount of data collection and sharing? i’ve checked it out and rather stick with another app called at work which is more serious about data safety. i‘m always pretty much torn, if an app is good, but then asks for your social media account to log in and uses super difficult description in their privacy policy so you don’t really understand what they do with your data.

not saying it’s bad, just that it makes me suspicious and that i would wish apps like that would be more transparent.

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   One Notegather all knowledge (Books reviews, insights, seminars lessons, monthly journaling, personal projects data, LP thoughts). Hav't found anything better than that.
  
   One physical notebook – Only for dreams.
Second one – for ideas during meditations. Simplest way I found to get rid of ideas like “I want to remember this one but FUCK, I need to stay 20 more minutes on my ass thinking about my inexistence”.

   Trello – I use mainly for routines (right now I have like 30+ routines, from meditation to cold shower and eat A, B, C, D, E) and for scheduling. Easy to use with your phone. Trello was actually made to handle team projects. Good thing I am my own team.

   A basic “To do” software from my phone – Very handy for instant insights, ideas, plans, stupid shit and overall ideas that you want to remember for later or want to feel ashamed in 5 minutes.

   Google Drive – Use a cloud service, is freaking 2019. I know, now Google now all my “insights and dark secretsfor free, yet I don’t think they give much fucks about it. Trust me, if you like me, have a ton of assets and “gathered knowledge”, better keep them in two, (or if you are paranoid in three) places. As one, famous quotes say, “Бережёного Бог бережёт”.

Hope someone will find this list useful.

 

   I also have tried Evernote and boring simple paper. First one made my PC screen a garbage bean, second one is TOO easy to ignore (so if you are a millennial kid like me, use physical stuff only if you are very addicted to phone/PC or to visualize your insights by drawing/).


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Google Calendar

Notability & Evernote for notes

and I have a planner I carry with me everywhere

=)

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Ciao F A B !

Habitica - For habits and todo list

White board - for important habits like studying every day, checking the days visually is stronger in my opinion

One note - For note taking

Goggle calendar - For classes

 

 

 

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