Friday, August 22, 2014

Getting things done, enjoying things

A couple of time management tools:

The Pickle Jar Theory of Time Management (pdf) - an oldie but still a goodie.  There are a million versions of this floating around the internets.  This one is that doesn't forget that the little things count too.

Pick your big rocks carefully - you can only fit in so many.

And so a couple tools for picking the right rocks:

How to Spend The First Ten Minutes of Your Day (h/t Passive Voice) - a technique for getting focused on the right stuff, so one is not milling about spinning wheels.

Recognizing Wealth (h/t Megan McArdle) - a mom inventories her kitchen.

And to bring it back around to SFF:

Larry Correia went to GenCon and had a blast

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