- Unitasker Wednesday: Peel-a-Meal
this week’s doozy of a unitasker. It doesn’t slice, it doesn’t dice, and it most certainly doesn’t julianne. In fact, the reviews for the Peel-a-Meal indicate it doesn’t even de-skin six to eight potatoes very well in 30 minutes. Oh, and it’s supposed to be really loud.
- Unclutterer housekeeping
I am pleased to announce that these layout errors have finally been corrected by my publisher, and a new Kindle version is available for download.
- Kindle software available for Mac users
I know that not everyone is on board with reading electronic books as a way to control over-flowing bookshelves, but if you are, you might be happy to know that Kindle software is now available for Mac.
- How much is enough?
My answer to the question, “How much is enough?” is turning out to be much less than I imagined. My family and I don’t require too many physical objects to be healthy, happy, and comfortable in the modern world.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Cupmen Instant Noodle Figure
The Cupmen Instant Noodle Figure rests on the lip of your steeping noodles and tells you when they’re “done.” In three minutes, the plastic, heat-sensitive Cupmen Figure transforms from a little blue guy into a little white guy. When he’s all white, you know your noodles are ready to eat. Yay, unnecessary plastic doodads!
- Ruthless Simplicity: How to ward off doing more and burning out
My initial inclination to planning for business growth was to do more. Work more hours. Put my kid into more programs. Just cram more into my life for a period of time. You know, weather the beautiful storm. But this time, I stopped myself.
- Book review: One Year to an Organized Work Life
Overall Leeds writes a heck of a book on organizing your life on a one-year plan.