Monefy – Hands On with the Popular Money Tracking App

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If you’re interested in finding ways to save money (I’m going to take an uneducated guess and say that the vast majority of us are), the best place to start is to know where your money is going.Tracking expenses can be difficult though, especially when you’re living the busy lifestyle of a millennial or a 

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Trello – Quick Review of the Web and Mobile App

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If you’re trying to get a bunch of projects ready you’re a visual person like me… life is just easier with of a good visual project management tool.As with anything else, really, there are countless project management tools out there. But it’s Trello that’s really picking up steam lately, for its simple approach and cool features. 


Avocode – Review after finishing the 14-Day Trial

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For mere mortals, like me, building a website is a simple and straightforward task. Install WordPress and few templates, tinker with the design until I’m satisfied – boom! Website! But “true” web developers do things differently – they design and code their sites from scratch, and a lot of them use Photoshop. That being said, 

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Google Keep – Review of the iOS and Android App

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There are a lot of apps for taking notes on your smartphone, but Google Keep manages to stand out because of its simple, clean interface and a few cool features. There are three things people like doing most with their smartphones: 1) selfies; 2) tweeting while on the toilet; and 3) taking notes. With the first two already being 

Outsourcing: What I’ve Learned About What Works and What Doesn’t

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Some time back in 2008 I read the 4 Hour Workweek. The sections about the Pareto Principle (aka 80/20 rule), Elimination, and Low Information Diet have definitely changed my life and continue to do so to this day. The part of the book that I’ve never found all that useful – basically the 2nd half 

Latest Samsung Galaxy S7 Rumors – High-Speed Charging & More

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Samsung’s flagship smartphone is in the news today – the Galaxy S7. According to new reports the latest entry in the popular line of smartphones will launch with some nice new features. At least it all sounds good on paper. Not gonna lie, I might have to take a hard look at this phone when it drops in 

On Overcoming Procrastination

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There’s so much you want to get done. Phone calls to make, books to read, businesses to start. Yet you can’t seem to get moving. You simply don’t have the motivation. Sound familiar? I know it does for me. Fortunately, there are many strategies we can use to get motivated and get to work.I’ve used 

Will Apple’s iPhone 7 Ditch the 3.5mm Headphone Jack?

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I’m pretty damn happy with my Black Friday / Cyberweek purchase this year – I found a solid deal on the audio-technica ATH-M50x Headphones. They’re a nice upgrade from my last pair and they fit oh-so comfy. So it caught my attention when I saw this story – rumor has it Apple’s iPhone 7 is ditching the 

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Adobe Creative Cloud Upgrade – Is it Worth It?

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November 28th – my edits are in italics. Adobe recently changed its pricing structure to only have subscription-options going forward. Also, my one year $30/month deal expired so now I’m paying $50/month.I think the first version of Photoshop I ever used was Photoshop 5 or 6. Since then I’ve upgraded to every major version when 

How “Slow and Steady” Really Does Win the Race

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If you’re reading this, then chances are you’re just as passionate about self-development as I am. You love striving and getting better at things, whether it’s business or fitness. And that’s great. Pushing ourselves is the only way to achieve true progress in our lives. But sometimes, we challenge ourselves too much. We run ourselves 

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