Hello Trello My Old Friend

So a long time ago now, I discovered Trello and became very friendly with it. At the time I was overloaded and disorganised and something had to be done. Trello’s simple card system is like digital Post-Its on a board, and is a great start. However, I didn’t find that it suited routines particularly well. There Read More

How To Manage With Random Tasks Every Week

One of the tools that I found especially useful in my last job was Process Street. It’s great for recurring tasks, but not so much for ad hoc stuff. I didn’t really do enough ad hoc stuff to need a tool that excelled in that area. I think that the routine made me a little complacent. Read More

Making Friends With Deadlines

The feeling that there is never enough time to do anything is a common one these days, and I am no different. There are only so many hours in the day and with 7.5 of them belonging to my employer every week day, I have to be very careful with how I use that time. There Read More

Managing Tasks And Projects With Trello

6 months ago I started using Trello because I suddenly had a lot more work than I could comfortably handle without some structured planning and tracking of my tasks. I started off simply with a few lists to show different stages of progress for my tasks, such as to do, doing and done, as well as Read More