With so many different blogs on the Internet it’s difficult to know which ones are actually good. Sure, you can Google for “productivity blogs” and read each one that shows up on the first page, carefully comparing notes between the blogs, but who wants to do that? That takes valuable time that could be better spent on reading the archives on one of the better blogs out there on the Internet. So, through years of reading productivity blogs in all corners of the Internet, I’ve come across a few I think are beneficial to everyone in a diverse area of topics.
When I was 13, I wanted to build a computer. It was a pretty simple goal: I wanted to buy the parts, assemble it, hope it worked, and then use it. 9 years later I’ve assembled, repaired and torn apart hundreds of computers and there’s one thing I’ve noticed when teaching people about building computers: […]
I love electronics, and I don’t think I’m the only one: to date, 220 million iPods have been purchased globally. Clearly, America has an addiction to cutting edge technology.
While I’ve previously mentioned my attempt at minimalism, I still have difficulty avoiding the electronic stores and their attractive products. However, my passion for owning every neat electronic device is beneficial to you, as I’ve come across a bunch of cool devices that only a small percentage of people know about. Here, then, are three electronic devices I think are incredibly cool and offer great benefit to nearly everyone.
As someone who recently fell in love with Leo Babauta’s work, I decided to venture further along the path of figuring out what makes me happy. On both his minimalism blog and his simple productivity blog, Leo does an excellent job of outlining simple practices that can improve one’s overall happiness.
Ironically, many people think that having an extreme amount of money, being better looking, and being famous will make them happy. However, that’s not even close to being true. The public perception of happiness is becoming skewed and it’s time to re-evaluate our views. Click to read more.