Akshata is a writer and doodler with a strong interest in slow, focused, simple living. She is always up for dessert and interesting conversation.
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Akshata's Latest Posts
Email is hijacking your days, and it’s being sneaky about it. You can regain control over your time. Figure out how much time you devote to email right now and steal it back.
Chrome’s minimalist and user-friendly interface is a big reason for its popularity, along with the excellent extensions available in the Web store. Here are three that will make browsing easier for you.
Closing an online account? Wait! There’s something you need to do first. Follow the steps outlined below. They’ll help ensure that you won’t be going “Uh-oh” if you erase prematurely.
With telecommuting lifestyles taking off, work is not limited by hours or locations. Here are a few pointers to help you make the best of working on a notebook while on the move.
Multi-tasking is an attention killer. “Chunking”, is a different kind of multi-tasking. It’s not new, and has existed under the geeky term of batch processing for a long time now.
If you want an uncomplicated note-taking app, Simplenote is not the only noteworthy (excuse the pun) option available to you.
With Slack’s clever set of features and distraction-free UI, the platform can double up as a project management tool for many people. Learn how to set it up as your online personal assistant.
With a simple tried and tested method, you can come up with decent images for your blog posts, bad image editing skills notwithstanding. As we find out, image editing is not that bad a chore.
A good start screen can transform the way you browse and work. It’s time you got one. Use one of these alternatives for the New Tab page, to ensure that you’re browsing effectively.
You can’t turn back the clock, but you can change course midway to work toward a stress-free digital lifestyle, by preventing stress in the first place. Today is a good place to begin.
Favors — all of us need them at some time. Friends and family often extend a helping hand without needing to be asked. But sometimes, it’s a stranger who holds the solution to your problem.
With a few well-targeted changes, you can boost your productivity by leaps and bounds. Apply these simple methods to your life and the result is what you would expect — better work with lesser effort.
WordPress can be an overkill. As these other excellent services prove, WordPress is not the be all and end all of website creation. If you want simpler solutions, there’s a variety to pick from.
What could prove to be valuable to you on Twitter gets buried under the constant online chatter. However, there are tools that eliminate the noise and put you in control of your Twitter experience.
I have found various easy ways that give me the opportunity to rest my hands. These methods allow me to browse super fast, which is crucial for a web worker, and are efficient overall.