Need an Organizing Tool? 3-D Print It!

| November 2, 2013

I first heard of 3-D printing during a webinar about The Future of Work. During the webinar, they showed a video about how they were testing 3-D printers and “living” ink to create an ear prosthetic. Very cool stuff for a geeky, sci-fi chick like myself. I work with clinicians and scientists who are always […]

This is Your Life. This is Your Life on Digital.

| July 1, 2013

On Saturday, I found myself at my phone store trading in my old iPhone 4 for an iPhone 5. … Our digital lives are filled with work and personal email, photos, documents, clouds, social media music, movies and everything else we have floating out there on the Internet.

When Do You Stop Working? That Includes Checking Email

| February 6, 2012

I spotted an interesting article in the Sunday paper about how the Brazilian court said employees answering emails after work hours are eligible for overtime… I tell clients all the time (and I practice it myself) to decide what time you stop working each day. Just because we can access work emails 24/7, it doesn’t mean we should.

My Favorite Apps in 2011

| December 19, 2011

The kind people at work bought an iPad for me in December 2010, and then a month later, my ancient flip phone kindly died so I could upgrade to an iPhone. I spent 2011 playing with app after app. Here are my favorites:

My New Favorite Apps

| October 28, 2011

I’ve been playing with newly discovered apps on my iPad and iPhone. So here’s the lowdown… (Editions, JibJab Jr., Sherwin Williams Color Snap, Notesy, Gas Buddy, Vlingo.)

How Keeping a Clear Inbox Makes Your Life More Relaxed

| July 12, 2011

Whether you’re a geek or a technophobe the chances are emails become a really big part of your life. Pretty much all of us have to deal with it at work, and there’s a pretty good chance of it playing a pretty pivital role in your social life. But what’s that got to do with a blog about clutter? Well, you may be doing a great job of keeping your home neat, tidy and under control, but can you say the same about your inbox?