Last week I was suffering from some minor neck pain. Normally I would have associated this with stress, but while I have been putting pressure on myself to learn new things at a greater pace than before, I didn’t feel particularly stressed, so I found this puzzling. In these cases, a couple of good nights’ sleep Read More
Since the beginning of January this year, my wife and I have been getting ourselves up early every day to see what all the fuss was about. At first it was pretty difficult, but as we’ve adjusted by going to bed earlier and getting into the routine of things, it’s become easier and easier.
Today I started realising how beneficial it is to follow a set of standards in your work, especially when there have been some company standards set (even if your manager doesn’t insist on you following them).
A week ago I asked the question: Is Blinkist worth subscribing for? Just a few days later, I really wasn’t sure. Despite enjoying the summaries I’d read on the app, the numerous other options out there really threw me off. If I could get something the same for free, why should I pay for the app? Read More
Yesterday I wrote about downloading Blinkist and my plan to come back here and write about my experience with the app. It may seem quite soon to be back with a verdict, but I am and I thought I had made my decision. But it’s harder than I thought because after deciding that I would like Read More
My reading list is rather long and my bookshelf is full of books that I would like to add to that reading list anyway. Then there are all the books that I don’t have yet that I also want to read. Then there are the books that will be recommended from the books I’ve read or Read More
The other day I mentioned about trying to find a solution to connect Google Analytics with Microsoft Excel. As a solution, Supermetrics seems to be more up to date with the current versions of Windows and Office, as the BlockSpring installation couldn’t detect my Excel installation even after instructing me to close my open instance of Read More
NetFlix recently launched a series of shorts from different contributors, called Love, Death and Robots. After watching a couple, it wasn’t hard to carry on watching another and another. Some are pretty gory, but they all have something in common besides the Love, Death and Robots; ideas.
Many years ago I imagined that I wanted a career in coding or development, either games or websites. I started learning some HTML and CSS and then I moved onto learning PHP. One of the books I picked up described how to learn coding slowly, and it basically involved copying every single line of code manually Read More
Some of you may be wondering who this new blog is and how it showed up in your followed blogs, some of you may not have even noticed, but I’ll explain myself anyway. This blog was called Better Ways Of Working just ten minutes ago! After some careful consideration, I realised that a lot of my Read More